Privacy and prejudice: whose ID is it anyway

 作者:单欤     |      日期:2019-03-02 13:08:02
By Duncan Graham-Rowe In the second part of New Scientist‘s special report into the identity revolution, Duncan Graham-Rowe investigates what impact the widespread introduction of biometrics will have on society. Who will be the winners and losers in an age when each of us is assigned a digital identity? How will our lives change, and what impact will this revolution have on our personal privacy? IN JUST a few years from now, every citizen of most western countries, and probably many more besides,