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The practitioner's guide to biometrics

Author: William Sloan Coats; American Bar Association. Section of Science & Technology Law.
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : ABA Section of Science & Technology Law, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In 2005, 20 different states and the City of New York followed California's lead and passed laws seeking to require entities collecting or storing personally identifiable information to notify the subjects if unauthorized third parties gain access to that information. There are now 21 different state laws on the subject, many with very different requirements. Federal legislation is hoped for, but passage of broadly  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Sloan Coats; American Bar Association. Section of Science & Technology Law.
ISBN: 9781590317495 1590317491
OCLC Number: 122255576
Description: xii, 224 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Rethinking data protection regimes to enable global tracking and prosecution of terrorists --
United States visitor and immigrant status indicator technology program --
Biometrics and national identification cards --
Do biometric identifiers make us safer? --
Theft of biometric data: implausible deniability --
Biometric authentication from a legal point of view: a European and German perspective --
Biometrics in the private sector: trends and case studies --
The application of biometrics to payment verification --
Biometrics and digital rights management --
Unintended consequences of biometrics.
Responsibility: William Sloan Coats [and others].
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Biometrics is the most accurate form of identifiers and, when used properly, can greatly simplify life. However, biometrics raise questions about personal privacy, and surveillance. This book covers  Read more...

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