Archive | April 24, 2019

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NatWest becomes first U.K. bank to use biometric payments for business

  NatWest becomes first U.K. bank to use biometric payments for business   24 April 2019 Reprinted from: Planet Biometrics     NatWest has announced the launch of a new biometric payment approval feature. The new biometric payment approval feature allows business and commercial banking customers to make payments of any size through their Bankline […]

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Nagasaki University and NEC create biometric programme

  Nagasaki University and NEC create biometric programme   18 April 2019 Reprinted from: Planet Biometrics   Rising sun flag / symbol     Nagasaki University and NEC Corporation have established a program on global health & biometric authentication with Nagasaki University’s Graduate School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health Studies. The aim of this course […]

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SIC Biometrics launching an ‘unparalleled’ Live-Scan Wi-Fi device at connect:ID 2019

SIC Biometrics launching an “unparalleled” Live-Scan Wi-Fi device at connect:ID 2019   18 April 2019 Reprinted from: Planet Biometrics     SIC Biometrics, a world leading mobile biometric and identification device developer and manufacturer, is pleased to announce that they will be launching the IdentiFI-50 at the Connect ID Conference and Exhibition 2019 in Washington, […]

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Academic and Corporate Wokeness

  Academic and Corporate Wokeness The Real Threat to Religious Freedom   by: John Stonestreet &  Roberto Rivera Category: , Christian Worldview April 23, 2019 Reprinted from: BREAKPOINT     In February, the Yale Law School chapter of the Federalist Society invited Kristen Waggoner of the Alliance Defending Freedom to speak on campus. This, to […]

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