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September 15, 2013


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Nihat Erdem

As you all know, fingerprint was used instead of signature in the times when the majority of the people were illiterate. This may still be the case in some countries. In paperformat it could be regarded safer than now digital. Banks now introduced ATM's verifying identity with fingerprint or palm print, enabling transactions without plastic cards, but I am sceptic in going to the bank and registering my hand geometry. One because it would make me feel like in a police station, the other reason is that this information is digital and may be copied or reproduced. Yes I trust my bank for many things but not for my biometric properties. Besides I admit that I have watched so many Hollywood films showing people how to overcome systems relying on fingerprints or retina scans.

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