Chipping as a Method of Personal Identification Within the Framework of Criminalistics
Shestak, V.A. & Khalikova, L.R. (2020). Chipping as a method of personal identification within the framework of criminalistics. Technology of the XXI century in jurisprudence: Materials of The Second International Scientific-Practical Conference (22 May 2020)
6 Pages Posted: 23 Jun 2020
Date Written: May 22, 2020
This article explores the issues of objective possibility of using chipping as a method of personal identification within the framework of criminalistics. This article examines the operating principle of the microchip, its functions at the present stage of the development of science. Applicable nature of this method for maintaining the effective work of law enforcement agencies is substantiated based on this research. The article analyzes the problem of the correlation of implanting the microchips into the human body with the concept of protecting the rights and freedoms of each person and citizen.
Keywords: crime, criminal identity, information and communication technologies, identification, chipping, confidentiality
JEL Classification: K14
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