Gizmodo Australia reports Queensland is the latest Australian state to agree to upload driver's license photos to the country's facial-recognition database. The National Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution aims to protect citizens from identity theft and criminal activities. According to the NDLFRS website, "Law enforcement agencies can use the services to identify a person or detect people using multiple fake identities — but only under strict conditions." Queensland is the fourth state to contribute to the database.
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