(by Jim Nash | Biometric Update) – As if inviting people to revolt against biometric devices in the workplace, an Indian state reportedly will fit smart watches on government officials to track work attendance and real-time location. According to India.com, the government of Haryana has decreed that “all government officials” will wear the devices. A previous biometric system designed to keep attendance failed, the publisher reports, when employees manipulated them. There is a problem with people falsifying their attendance using fake fingerprints to identify themselves. At least three years ago, Indian governmental agencies began deploying biometrics to surveil employees. In 2018, […]

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