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IDG Contributor Network: Americans want passwords, not biometrics, survey finds

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    Most people aren’t interested in fingerprint authentication and other biometric logins, a study has found.

    Free email portal mail.com and Yougov surveyed over a thousand folks around the world in July and discovered over half (58 percent) prefer traditional passwords.

    A significant proportion of the respondents also said biometry was too hazardous, with “only 9 percent finding the use of biometric methods risk-free,” the mail provider said in its press release.

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