Australia considers the use of mandatory facial recognition scans before granting access to controversial online content, including porn and gambling sites.
Harrah’s Casino in downtown Joliet has been slapped with a lawsuit that will most likely make it all the way up the chain of courts before being settled.
MGM China feels it’s perfectly safe with the surveillance systems it already has.
After concerns that they may be turning their equipment on players for their own profit, the DICJ has told operators to take a breather.
Macau casinos are pushing ahead with facial recognition software that could help deter crime and make casinos safer.
With crime up in the city, and specially at the casinos, lawmakers are pushing for better surveillance methods to catch crime.
To reduce the potential for criminal activity in their Macau and Manila casinos, Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd. announced that they would be updating their facial recognition technology this year.
The Macau legislator is pushing for enhanced security at area casinos and hotels and believes that facial recognition technology is the way to go.
Google's futuristic Glass eyewear won't be welcome on casino floors or strip clubs to prevent cheating and protect privacy.
The OLG has made good on their promise to implement facial recognition technology in casinos to help weed out admitted problem gamblers.