Queensland next to upload photos to national face matching database – Security- Tempemail

Queensland will become the next state or territory to share driver’s licence information with the federal government’s controversial national facial biometrics matching database, the Department of Home Affairs has revealed. In answers to questions on notice from senate estimates, the department said the sunshine state would become the fourth jurisdiction Continue Reading

Upload review – Amazon’s afterlife comedy is the less good place | Television & radio

TV has reached its maximum capacity of quirky afterlifes. The Good Place set this recent wave in motion on NBC with its vision of Hell as a metaphysical bureaucracy plastering a cheery expression over its endless labyrinth of paperwork and intra-departmental conflicts. TBS’ Miracle Workers cranked the whimsy up a Continue Reading

WA prepares for national face matching database upload – Strategy- Tempemail

The WA government has laid the groundwork to begin sharing driver’s licence information with the federal government’s controversial national facial biometrics matching database. Transport minister Rita Saffioti introduced legislation into parliament last week to underpin the upload to the Tempemail Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution (NDLFRS). The Transport Legislation Amendment Continue Reading

Three states complete national face matching database upload – Strategy – Security

Million of Australians from three separate states have now had their driver’s licence data uploaded to the federal government’s national facial biometrics matching database. Road agencies in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania recently completed the upload of licence details and photographs to the Tempemail Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution (NDLFRS). Continue Reading