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Ars Technica reports on iris-scanning technology being rolled out in select airports. Technology similar to AOptix’s InSight Duo iris scanner may become a standard security check at airports and border crossings around the globe, the report states, making the security experience more efficient. A company whitepaper states, “In an InSight-based eGate, a traveler would pass through border control by first scanning his biometric passport on the eGate and then authenticating his biometric record with InSight.” Privacy concerns loom, however, as researchers recently were able to reverse engineer iris code back into an iris image. Privacy expert Woodrow Hartzog said, “A significant enough breach could render an entire verification system unreliable.”
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