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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-25-2018, 10:25 PM - Thread Starter
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[Papers, Please!]TSA announces “biometrics vision for all commercial aviation travelers”

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Today the US Transportation Security Administration released a detailed TSA Biometric Roadmap for Aviation Security & the Passenger Experience, making explicit the goal of requiring mug shots (to be used for automated facial recognition and image-based surveillance and control) as a condition of all domestic or international air travel.
Source: https://papersplease.org/wp/2018/10/...rs/#more-12947

Actually this is 10 days old but this is the first I've seen it.
I wonder if I will be able to fool the computers using the upcoming gov biometrics database by holding my face the way my identical twin does?

I already have to show them my ID at the airport so maybe this will make things go faster? But a lot more tracking can be going on. Could help if your kid gets lost going to the bathroom at the airport, but also could be monetized for ad revenue. Or used as a prerequisite to vote.

I imagine this will make use of Nvidia chips.

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Seriously US airports have stricter security than the border to Russia LOL. All they are missing is TSA carrying assault guns in the airport.
The state of air travel in US is beyond ridiculous.
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anyone too scared should take a train, a boat, or swim

Yeah anyone worrying about people stealing their data or snooping in on their privacy clearly has something to hide!!!

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Yeah anyone worrying about people stealing their data or snooping in on their privacy clearly has something to hide!!!
You hand them your photo ID...
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Lets not kid ourselves there are dozens of countries already onboard with biometric identification. And you wouldn't be able to leave their airport until you are in their database.
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Seriously US airports have stricter security than the border to Russia LOL. All they are missing is TSA carrying assault guns in the airport.
The state of air travel in US is beyond ridiculous.
This. The TSA is so ineffective, it's absurd how bad it has gotten.

At this point I just try not to fly if I can help it. Been a few years now.

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i see no purpose in this or has the news neglected to report more planes flying into buildings?

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There used to be a time where you could just get on an airplane after passing through a very rudimentary metal detector and having your baggage go through a simple pat down/looking through to make sure there isn't a gun stashed, oh and you could also carry your lighter on board and fire up smokes in the plane. This isn't ancient history either, they had the exact same planes they do now, you would sit in a seat like you do now and it would take the exact same amount of time to fly to your destination as it does now; everything was the exact same thing. If you suggested such a thing today everybody would freak out about how dangerous that would be, yet somehow people lived just fine and felt perfectly safe when air travel was like that and there wasn't really any more or less incidences than there are now.

We need to be going back to those days instead of what were doing now. People use the excuse that "times have changed", no they really haven't and statistics on crime reflect that, the world is safer now than ever before; no reason we couldn't go back to that style.

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