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Data mining of biometric data: revisting the concept of private life?

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Autor: Bourcha, Chrystalie
Deftou, Maria-Louiza
Koskina, Anthi
Fecha: 2017-12-12
Publicado en: Ius et Scientia, 3 (2), 37-62.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: Over recent years, a whole new process known as data mining, equivalent to automated techniques processing large sets of data in order to extract patterns, relationships, trends and other information not traceable through usual ‘human’ reading, has been largely gaining in repute. By taking advantage of the seemingly indefinite opportunities enabled by applications of data mining techniques, various fields of scientific or medical research, business transactions, state-related and other security-concerned activities, could gain unprecedented benefits. However, notwithstanding established data protection principles reserved also for biometric information, data mining practices, inherently intrusive in the private sphere of individuals, have generated various concerns and controversy. As these emerging technological developments create new challenges to the protection of personal data, including primarily the most sensitive category of biometric data, the effectiveness of the concept of ...
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Cita: Bourcha, C., Deftou, M. y Koskina, A. (2017). Data mining of biometric data: revisting the concept of private life?. Ius et Scientia, 3 (2), 37-62.
Tamaño: 826.6Kb
Formato: PDF

URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/72602

DOI: 10.12795/IETSCIENTIA.2017.i02.04

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