What Frequent Fliers Need to Know About Airport Facial Recognition

What Frequent Fliers Need to Know About Airport Facial Recognition

You spend so much time in airports that the security agents and coffee shop clerks know your face. How would you feel if the computers and cameras knew you just as well?

Facial recognition in American airports isn’t a sci-fi future scenario. According to a report from the Department of Homeland Security, 97% of U.S. airports will use facial recognition technology to identify passengers by 2023. Automated systems will soon capture images of your face at departure and store those images in a database. They’ll then use the information to create a profile of your activity.

If that makes you uncomfortable, you’re not alone. A recent survey from travel search...






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