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How Fingerprint Sensors Give Law Enforcement Access to Your Information

    Because technology moves so quickly, sometimes the law has to play a catch-up game. This is the case for fingerprinting sensors located on mobile devices because, while they enhance security, they do not protect individuals from being forced to […]

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Smartphone Makers Must Balance Safety and Security with Fingerprint Sensors

Phone manufacturers want to give users the most convenient, most secure methods to operate their phones, which is why companies like Apple and Samsung have integrated fingerprinting sensors into mobile devices. While the biometric technology makes purchasing and accessing phone […]

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Ancient Fingerprint Reveals Neanderthal Bone in Russia

   An innovative molecular fingerprinting technique has allowed British scientists to identify the bone of a Neanderthal from about 2,000 small bone fragments. Removed from an archeological dig in Russia, the bone is the first ever discovered to belong to […]

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Door-to-Door Salespeople to be Fingerprinted in ID

The police department in Twin Falls, ID is mandating that visiting vendors in the town must be fingerprinted, to protect the townspeople from harassment. The police chief notes that the fingerprinting requirement is not to prevent door-to-door sales, but to […]

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Fingerprinting Children More Effectively Records Vaccinations

Researchers at Michigan State are working to replace inaccurate vaccination logs with fingerprinting systems for young children in Africa. Efficiently matching the fingerprints of children with scanning technology with help replace the unreliable paper records to update patient history. While […]

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