Biometrics wins favour from the lazy
Users worldwide are starting to accept biometrics, and even chip implants, out of laziness. The desire for an easy life is over riding privacy concerns, according to a global survey.
There has been a five percent increase in people who favour the use of biometrics as a preferred method of identity verification, according to a survey of 1661 people worldwide by Unisys. Some 10 percent of individuals in the Asia-Pacific region would even prefer a chip implanted in their body. Techworld.com - Biometrics wins favour from the lazy
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