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Travel2020: Facial biometrics put travelers, criminals under the microscope

While facial recognition technology gets tested at U.S. airports, controversy over its legality is brewing on the public front and in hearings on Capitol Hill. Officials with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) testified last...

source: By Lark Gould
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Security Show is Japan's largest comprehensive exhibition of security and safety industry. It showcases a wide spectrum of products, technology, systems and services to protect offices, store, public facilities and homes from crimes, information leakage and other hazardous...

source: Nikkei Messe

The City of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, is putting into place a new incentive to recruit and expand small businesses. City Councilors Jim Owen and Dave Bency introduced a proposal to expand the Gross Receipts Investment Policy (GRIP) at the Rio Rancho Governing Body meeting...

source: Rio Rancho Observer

The approval percentage for small business loan applications at big banks ($10 billion+ in assets) rose one-tenth of a percent to 28.3 percent in January 2020, setting another new post-recession record high, according to the most...

source: Forbes

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants paid-sick time off for all employees throughout the state as part of his 2020 comprehensive paid sick leave law, and this is something that can impact small business right here in Rochester. Leaders with the Greater Rochester Area Chamber...

source: WROC-TV


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