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CALGARY — Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says it has secured an agreement with A.P. Moller-Maersk to move freight through the ports of Vancouver and Montreal.The deal follows the announcement of a new transload and distribution facility to be built in Vancouver.The strategic relationship will see the Calgary-based railway move Maersk dry and refrigerated cargo as of March 1.No financial details about the agreement or transload facility were provided.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 19, 2020Companies in this story: (TSX:CP)The Canadian Press
Cynics expect the worst in human endeavors, while anyone involved in a refugee crisis has witnessed the worst of human endeavors. The argument over national digital IDs manages to represent both of…
To enable DHS components to issue and verify identifiers and credentials, this solicitation is seeking start-up companies with solutions that use global, interoperable standards for decentralized identifiers and resilient registries.
Both companies leverage vast amounts of data for unprecedented surveillance
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Details of proposed new rules for collecting and using biometrics from people for purposes related to immigration have been posted to the Federal Register by The Department of Homeland Security (DH…
The service is looking for a software development kit to help it integrate biometrics tools with an app used to facilitate prisoner transfers.
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The US government wants to widen biometric collection beyond fingerprints, photographs and signatures to include DNA, iris scans and voice and palm prints, among other things. It also wants to collect these data from more people, including employers and family members sponsoring an immigrant. And it wants to store these data even after an immigrant becomes a citizen. All this has raised huge concerns over the threat of continued surveillance and invasion of privacy.
The proposed studies could pave the way for new legislation regulating the tech.
The agency’s criminal investigation group is increasingly encountering anonymous and privacy-focused online payments methods.
The Homeland Security Department posted the full text of a proposal to the Federal Register that would give it the ability to collect more biometric information from immigrants.