Law enforcement isn't happy about the rise of biometric phone security -- that is, fingerprint sensors -- because it is incredibly hard to bypass. To get around the pesky issue, police have turned to 3D-printing, requesting a lab recreate and 3D print a phone owner's fingerprints in a way that they can be used to unlock the phone

3D-printed fingerprints may help police access locked phones

Law enforcement isn’t happy about the rise of biometric phone security — that is, fingerprint sensors — because it is incredibly hard to bypass. To get around the pesky issue, police have turned to 3D-printing, requesting a lab recreate and 3D print a phone owner’s fingerprints in a way that they can be used to unlock the phone

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