Biometric Data Law And Privacy Concerns

Biometric authentication is widely used today in various fields for verification of identity and its use has heightened to an unimaginable extent. Though the identification process of biometric security systems provides accuracy, it also acquires sensitive data that is vulnerable and can be misused. The usage of biometric data is not new but the uses have broadened over the years. Police have been using biometric data like fingerprinting, DNA tests, etc., for decades now. What is new is the usage of fingerprint to unlock gadgets, using the same for workplace management to keep a track of workers’ time log, etc,. Biometric Databases come along with disadvantages that are in par with its advantages. Biometric information which is categorised as personal information has to be protected and stringent regulations are required for the same as databases can be hacked and sensitive data can be mishandled. This is a significant issue as it is related to privacy, consent and other areas of importance.

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Cyber Abuse

The Indian government has come up with some policies in 2019, including CERT-In, an agency that signed various MoUs to help to tackle cybersecurity and is helping to reduce the number of cyber attacks on government networks and the National Cyber Security Policy, which focuses on building secure cyberspace for personal information, business information, etc., and also helps to respond to any abuse reported. 

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An Introduction to Cyber Crime

 The Internet, computers, mobile phones, and other systems of technology have transformed all part of human life over quite a few decades, including how we interconnect, banking, shopping, acquire the update, and amuse ourselves. These high-tech progressions have also created numerous prospects for criminals to commit several forms of offences.

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