America identified biometric technology and society by lisa s nelson lisa s nelson explores the societal perceptions of biometric technology in her book america identified biometric technology and society looking at the complex public responses to biometric technology she examines the values beliefs and ideologies that influence public acceptance of technology. America identifiedbiometric technology and society more references related to america identifiedbiometric technology and society visionaires fashion 2001 designers of . Nelson lisa s america identified biometric technology and society cambridge ma mit press 2011 viii 258 pages cloth 3200 at the outset of this study lisa s nelson an associate professor in the graduate school of public international affairs and fellow in the department of philosophy . Get this from a library america identified biometric technology and society lisa s nelson an examination of the public perception of biometric identification technology in the context of privacy security civil liberties. The use of biometric technology for identification has gone from orwellian fantasy to everyday reality this technology which verifies or recognizes a persons identity based on physiological anatomical or behavioral patterns including fingerprints retina handwriting and keystrokes has been deployed for such purposes as combating welfare fraud screening airplane passengers and
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