UK ready and willing for biometric fingerprinting
It seems that the British has more faith in biometric technology than governments and banks.
Nearly everyone (95 per cent) was willing to give their fingerprints, while 90 per cent would use iris recognition.
This is quite a big change from the same survey last year, which showed that only three quarters of those polled were willing to use such biometrics.
People also showed more faith in biometric technology than they did in governments or banking institutions.
Nearly three quarters (73 per cent) didn't trust the government with the use of their personal data, while 63 per cent had no faith in banking institutions to keep data safe.
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