Biometric polygraph next for airport security?

Tuesday, 15 August 2006, 10:40 AM EST

Got something to hide? You may not want to reconsidering flying in the future.

An Israeli company has come up with a biometric system for detecting emotional responses to a series of questions. The system, dubbed Cognito, uses polygraph-like techniques to detect when a passenger is worried during a series of questions.

At SecurityFocus.

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