Tag: biometrics

Invisible Biometrics: Your Voice is Your New ID

Invisible Biometrics: Your Voice is Your New ID

Nicolas West – In the future, will your voice become your unique biometric ID, and will there be anything you can do to opt out?

By October 16, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Common Core – The Business Side of the New Modern Global Education System

Common Core – The Business Side of the New Modern Global Education System

Jamie Lee, Contributor Waking Times Editor’s Note: This is part II of James Lee’s series on the state of modern education. Part I can be found here. “We are not speaking of education in the narrower sense, but of that other education in virtue from youth upwards, which makes a man eagerly pursue the ideal […]

By February 27, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Is Privacy History? Top 5 Ways You Are Being Digitally Monitored and Catalogued Daily

Is Privacy History? Top 5 Ways You Are Being Digitally Monitored and Catalogued Daily

Waking Times What if somebody told you that you were being monitored inside and outside your home 24 hours a day? Would you believe them? Most people wouldn’t. However reality is often scarier than fiction. Chances are if you’re reading this, you likely live in a nation that utilizes the following tracking methodologies that have […]

By December 11, 2012 31 Comments Read More →
Have You Posted Your Pictures on the Internet? Invasive Surveillance Technology Awaits

Have You Posted Your Pictures on the Internet? Invasive Surveillance Technology Awaits

Kelly Bergman, Prevent Disease Waking Times We’ve all done it at one point or another, posting our pictures of ourselves, family and friends on websites and social network portals such as Facebook. Whether it be submitting your picture to output a cartoon or aged version of yourself, or uploading your personal snapshots to Facebook, marketing […]

By December 4, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Biometric Surveillance Meets Nanotechnology

Biometric Surveillance Meets Nanotechnology

Anne Gordon, RN Waking Times Are we living in the last days of being wild and ‘natural’ humans?  We take for granted that our thoughts are private, owned by us, and always will be. The other day, I took some photos of wild geese in Canada, but when I blew up the photos, I was […]

By November 3, 2012 8 Comments Read More →
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