Interview with Isabelle Moeller: Ubiquitous and Positive Biometrics
AbstractIn this interview with Isabelle Moeller questions surrounding the responsible use and development of biometric apps are explored. The use of biometrics - originally to digitally represent and authenticate an identifiable characteristic of a product or a person - have become so wide spread that they are capable of facilitating ever greater continuous surveillance of the what, how, when and where of life. The more biometrical data of a user is collected, the more the integrity of the underlying e-identity is open to fraud and being invisibly compromised. Ethical reflection is long overdue but a prerequisite of minimizing risk to the autonomy of the human person as well as to the integrity of his digital persona.
How to Cite
Lodge, Juliet, and Dan Nagel. 2018. “Interview With Isabelle Moeller: Ubiquitous and Positive Biometrics”. The International Review of Information Ethics 27 (December). Edmonton, Canada. https://doi.org/10.29173/irie102.