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Biometric Technologies: Security, Legal, and Policy Implications

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Paul Rosenzweig, Alane Kochems & Ari Schwartz, Biometric Technologies: Security, Legal, and Policy Implications (full-text).

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This publication first considers some of the leading biometric technologies currently available — iris recognition, hand geometry, fingerprint recognition, facial recognition, and voice recognition — and assesses their practical utility. It also describes match-on-card technology and the hazardous materials safety and security operation test, both of which integrate multiple biometric technologies into a system to provide additional security. The publication then examines the legal and political implications of using these technologies to provide security in a post-9/11 world.

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