Hot! FBI’s Advanced Facial Recognition System Live in U.S.

Video CameraFingerprints, facial recognition, and iris scans—these are the known biometric identifiers, collected from criminals and civilians alike, that will be stored in the FBI’s billion-dollar biometric central database system, reports Activist Post.

The Next Generation Identification system (NGI) reached “full operational capacity” as of September 15, 2014 according to an FBI press release.

The Thailand criminal attorneys at Thai law firm Chaninat and Leeds are experienced trial lawyers, fluent in English, and experts on international criminal law. 

Though the NGI is being promoted by the FBI as an investigative tool for catching criminals, privacy activists are raising alarms over the FBI’s plans to add 52 million photos to the database by 2015, according to Activist Post.

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