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  • bioprivacy — n. The state of being free from the unauthorized collection or use of one s genetic or biometric data. Also: bio privacy. Example Citations: State Rep. Ed Setzler says he s seen a glimpse into the future and he doesn t like all he sees. The… …   New words

  • Biology — adulticide amygdala hijack assisted migration beehacker biofraud biometrics biomimicry bionomics …   New words

  • Genetics — biohacker biopharming bioprivacy blooding bug cheapdate contraceptive corn crazy tobacco …   New words

  • Privacy and Security — acoustic snooping billion laughs biometrics bioprivacy black hole bot herder captcha chi …   New words

  • biometrics — n. The identification of an individual based on biological traits, such as fingerprints, iris patterns, and facial features. Example Citation: Magnetic cards and smartcards try to make it impractical to break a bank s systems. Biometrics takes… …   New words

  • blooding — n. In a criminal investigation, requesting DNA samples from a large number of people in an area where the crime is thought to have occurred or where the suspect is thought to be living. Example Citation: On Wednesday this week, police canvassed… …   New words

  • brain fingerprinting — pp. Measuring a person s brain wave responses when presented with certain words or images, particularly those related to a crime. brain fingerprint n. Example Citations: Imagine a crime scene. There is a suspect, but he is innocent until proven… …   New words

  • chief privacy officer — n. A corporate executive in charge of maintaining the privacy of company and customer data. Example Citation: Good security is tough to maintain, but it s simplicity itself compared with the morass of privacy concerns for organizations. ... For… …   New words

  • facial technology — n. The technology required to identify and track a person using face recognition techniques. Example Citation: Zelazny of Visionics said face recognition is less intrusive than iris scanning, another biometric identification technology. Aside… …   New words

  • neurolaw — n. The philosophy and practice of using neuroscientific evidence and theories in the legal system. Also: neuro law. Example Citations: But what about people who rape and murder should we feel empathy for them? Should they be allowed to argue in… …   New words

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