Denzel didn't get the memo: Researchers warn of fingerprint theft from 'peace' sign

Denzel didn't get the memo: Researchers warn of fingerprint theft from 'peace' sign

Denzel was in NYC Thursday morning promoting his new film "Fences". As Denzel left GMA he gave the peace sign. Apparently he did not get memo regarding stolen fingerprint technology from the peace sign on GMA just moments before his segment

According to a research team at Japan's National Institute of Informatics (NII) says the popular two-fingered pose can be a risk to your identity.

Fingerprint recognition technology is starting to becoming more popular as seen in the iphone and other technologies for verification. Mobile devices with high-quality cameras could easily copy fingerprints as far as nine feet away from the camera.

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