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Six Airports In The U.S. Now Use Biometric Facial Scans

Six Airports In The U.S. Now Use Biometric Facial Scans

Six major airports in the United States are participating in pilot programs that require Americans traveling abroad to submit to facial-recognition scans when leaving the country, the Associated Press reported.
Airports in Boston, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, New York City and Washington, D.C. have all started to implement the biometric scanning procedures, with plans to expand the program to a number of other high-volume international airports across the country by the start of next year.
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