C. Lazarus Joins Board of IQ Biometrix
Calif. Sept. 27, 2002 - The board of directors of IQ Biometrix.,
a subsidiary of JVWeb Inc. JVWW, a worldwide provider of
facial comparison security software, announced today that
Morden C. Lazarus becomes a member of the board of directors.
C. Lazarus founded the law firm of Lazarus Charbonneau in
1967. He has acted as legal counsel to the Royal Bank of
Canada for over twenty-five years. He has acted as legal
counsel to casino properties and is the only Canadian gaming
lawyer who has been appointed a member of the board of trustees
of the International Association of Gaming Attorneys ("IAGA"),
based in Las Vegas. He is currently an officer of IAGA,
having been appointed secretary of IAGA in September 2002.
a member of the board of directors of DPC Biosciences Corporation,
a public company, whose shares are traded on TSX ("Toronto
Venture Stock Exchange"), Anchor Gaming (Canada) Inc.
and United Tote (Canada) Inc., subsidiaries of International
Game Technology IGT. He is also presently chairman and CEO
of ISee3D Inc. (formerly "International Telepresence
(Canada) Inc."), a public company, whose shares are
traded on the TSX ("Toronto Venture Stock Exchange"),
soon to undergo a name change to "InstantLive Technologies
Inc. In the past, he was appointed by the Quebec Cabinet
to the board of directors and executive committee of Socit
de dveloppement industriel du Qu bec (S.D.I.) (now "Investissement
Qubec") (Quebec's largest Crown Corporation) where
he served for approximately six (6) years.
Lazarus is associated with many charitable groups and institutions.
He is a past recipient of the "Man of the Year"
award for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
FACES & IQ Biometrix
has established an international identification standard
for the transmission of data using composite facial image.
FACES, The Ultimate Composite Picture(TM), transforms the
process of identifying individuals by facial comparison
into a quick, two-step procedure that can be performed by
anyone with access to a computer. Learn more at www.iqbiometrix.com
is used by more than 150,000 people around the world and
5,000 military, police and intelligence agencies, including
the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the U.S. military.
The software frequently powers the composite images used
in the popular TV series "America's Most Wanted"
homepage at www.amw.com.
for historical information, the matters set forth herein
which are forward-looking statements involve certain risks
and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ.
Potential risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited
to, the level of government, business and consumer spending
for computer software; the market acceptance and amount
of sales of the Company's products; the competitive environment
within the facial recognition software industry, the Company's
ability to raise additional capital, the extent and cost-effectiveness
with which the Company is able to develop, acquire or license
marketable products, and the market acceptance and successful
technical and economic implementation of the Company's programs.
Investors are directed to consider other risks and uncertainties
in documents, including forms 8K and 10QSB, filed by the
Company with the Securities and Exchange Commission, www.sec.gov.
IQ Biometrix Inc.
Greg Micek, 559/347-6688
Robert Schechter, 212/499-6809
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