Survey: Most people willing to share biometric info for security

For technologies that were once considered creepy, the public is making concessions: Most people are willing to share biometric information with government agencies if it would in some way improve their travel experience, according to a survey released June 24 by Accenture. More specifically, of the 3,000 respondents in six countries (the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Japan and Australia), 87 percent agreed to such use with varying degrees of confidence.

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