Airport face scans raise privacy concerns
Clip: 07/15/2017 | 3m 54s
The Department of Homeland Security is scanning the faces of passengers on international flights at six airports in an attempt to catch immigrants overstaying their visas. While government officials say they are not keeping biometric data of U.S. citizens, privacy advocates are skeptical. Associated Press reporter Frank Bajak joins Hari Sreenivasan from Houston.
Aired: 07/15/17Video has closed captioning.