Rapidly developing technology has given rise to an increase in concern around digital privacy, with contentious debates about user and consumer’s rights to protect their information and know where data collected about them is going […]
Millie Roberts October 2019 This essay examines the history and implications of India’s Aadhaar biometric identification system. It will explore the privacy concerns of data breaches and surveillance, against the merits of paperless identity and […]
[Image source] Privacy is a growing concern in today’s technological world, with ongoing debates in the public sphere over individuals’ right to know what governments and corporations do with their personal information stored in mobile […]
Biometric identification is now becoming common place in our day to day lives, it is a means by which a person can be uniquely identified by evaluating one or more distinguishing biological traits (Rouse, 2019), […]
Biometrics refers to the physiological and behavioural characteristics of a person. The term refers to the fingerprints, voice, retina, hand geometry, iris patterns, gait and DNA profile of a person. The leading cause of concern […]
My goal with this article is to point out the fact, given the state of current cybersecurity systems and their many faults combined with the fact that biometric data for the most part is immutable, […]
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The move to biometric identification in Australia should be met with fierce skepticism and fortunately, Australians are in a privileged position to do just this. They need only look to Aadhaar, the world’s largest biometric […]