U.S. Citizens Do Not Have To Undergo Facial Recognition
A scary reality that seems like it belongs in some sci-fi movie, but it is something that is a reality and can be used. You shouldn't have to worry about that here in the U.S as the Department of Homeland Security is saying that it does not have plans to make U.S. citizens submit to facial-recognition software when entering or leaving the country.
According to WILX, privacy-rights advocates were outraged at the possibility of American citizens to have to undergo biometric checks.
According to a privacy advocate, they suggest that the DHS may have been considering a trial of the biometrics checks, and may revive this idea at a later date.