Muslim terrorists are up in arms after a new set of airport security measures went into effect in the United States.
New “facial scanning technology” will greatly help American airports keep terrorists and illegal immigrants out by scanning their faces and logging them into a database.
“Passengers would have their photos taken immediately before boarding, to be matched with the passport-style photos provided with the visa application,” said the Verge, adding, “If there’s no match in the system, it could be evidence that the visitor entered the country illegally.”
Conservative Daily Post reports:
The new system is called “Biometric Exit” and in 2015 it saw it’s first testing at Washington-area Dulles International Airport. Many news sites have said that the technology is incorrect rather frequently, but it can be imagined that this won’t be the case as it is fine-tuned and calibrated. JFK International saw tests a year later and the system is still in use for the “Orlando to Tokyo” flight. The plans are to see this system used at every international airport in America in the long run.
Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson had made plans to see the Biometric Exit debut in 2018, but Donald Trump sped up the plans significantly. The White House is using the new science to work in tandem with his travel ban. This will go a long way in making sure that those who do get to come here from sharia-based lands will at least be not as likely to sneak in if harm is intended.
This new technology will not affect legal travelers. If you are traveling in and out of the United States, legally, and without a criminal record, your life will not change.
Terrorists and illegal immigrants are the only individuals who need to fear this technology. Airports will easily be able to detect if an individual is an illegal immigrant due to the fact that they will likely not have a photo logged in the database, meaning that they entered the country illegal at some point.
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