Fingerprints, Eye Scans Now Required To Buy Food In India, As Banks Cut Off Cryptocurrencies

There was a string of interesting financial reports from India this week that appear to be unrelated at first glance, but upon further inspection they all seem to be working towards a common goal—an intrusive big brother surveillance state that tracks every single financial transaction for every single resident.

According to The New York Times, the Indian government has implemented an identification system that will require scans of fingerprints, eyes, and faces for all financial transactions, including food, banking, cell phone plans and state assistance. The program is called Aadhaar, and it will be mandatory for the 1.3 billion people who live in India.

Most of India is already enrolled in the program, with a total of 1.1 billion already using the system. However, most people are obviously signing up under duress, as they have no other ways of accessing basic commerce or financial services.

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DHS Announces Program to ILLEGALLY Scan Our Faces—And They’re Forcing Us to Pay For It

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via Free Thought ProjectBoth Congress and the Department of Homeland Security have never justified the biometric scanners at airports that could cost Americans $1 billion in 2018.

As TSA agents continue to prove their incompetence in the “War on Terror,” the Department of Homeland Security is now allocating $1 billion in taxpayer funding to create a facial recognition program that will illegally scan Americans’ faces.

A study conducted by Georgetown Law’s Center for Privacy and Technology looked at the biometric scanners that are creating an inventory of the faces of individuals leaving the country at airports across the United States. While they are only at certain major airports right now, the full implementation of these scanners could cost Americans up to $1 billion.

In addition to the fact that Congress has never provided a reason why the system is needed in the U.S., the study claimed that DHS has “repeatedly questioned ‘the additional value biometric air exit would provide’ compared with the status quo and the ‘overall value and cost of a biometric air exit capability,’ even as it has worked to build it.”

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Your phone’s biggest vulnerability is your fingerprint

via The Verge by   –   In five minutes, a single person faked a fingerprint and broke into my phone. It was simple, a trick the biometrics firm Vkansee has been playing at trade shows for months now. All it took was some dental mold to take a cast, some play-dough to fill it, and then a little trial and error to line up the play-dough on the fingerprint reader. We did it twice with the same print: once on an iPhone 6 and once on a Galaxy S6 Edge. As hacks go, it ranks just a little harder than steaming open a letter.

Of course, this particular method only works if you have help from the person whose fingerprint you need — and even then, it’s not a foolproof system. As luck would have it, my own fingertips turned out to be too smooth to leave an impression, so we had to rely on our director Phil Esposito, who had his thumb successfully molded and used it to unlock both phones.

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Iris Biometric “Security” is Totally Ineffective- Theft of Private Property

In the Act- US, Inc committing iris private property theft of foreigners for the creation of more debt “SECURITIES.” [aka. Border “SECURITY”]

Using a camera, a printer, and a contact lens, hackers managed to bypass the S8’s iris scanner.  

Finger Prints are NOT effective tools in security as seen here.  Biometric security is NOT effective as -once taken and replicated- it cannot be changed!  If hackers are doing this with off the shelf components, what tools do the FBI, CIA, NSA, IRS, etc have?  FYI: These agencies and banks seem to all be spying on and collecting the data of the digital currencies such as Bitcoin, etc.  They likely pass these transactions through their Artificial Intelligence Banking System “BIG DATA” algorithms.

Indeed, Fingerprints, palm prints, iris prints, image-likeness, and DNA are all private property and require just compensation for public use of such private property.  However, the legal fictitious governmental service corporations steal these properties without any compensation as if that is the norm with the PRESUMPTION that such theft and property violations are somehow NOT terminating basic human rights.

Do NOT give up any biometric private property!  Biometric data is ineffective as security.  If a corporation wants your biometric data, we need to SELL it to them and define the terms and conditions of its use.

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