Rajat Khapre from Delhi wants to know: "How do biometric facial recognition systems work?"
Privacy activists hate the idea of using biometric ID software in public places. But DW's Jefferson Chase says that it's better to test whether it can help prevent terrorism and major crime than to reject it out of hand.
For six months, cameras have been scanning passengers' faces at a Berlin train station. It's the beginning of the end of democracy, DW's Martin Muno writes.
Police are recruiting subjects to test biometric recognition systems at a Berlin train station. Data protection advocates are wary, but police and volunteers say the pilot project will help fight crime.
From August, a train station in Berlin will be the testing ground for surveillance cameras with biometric face recognition capability. Here is an overview of the most important information and a look at the controversy.
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