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Why the Constitution Can Protect Passwords But Not Fingerprint Scans | TIME

Fingerprint scans are more secure, except when it comes to the Fifth Amendment

Why We Might Be Stuck With Passwords for a WhileThis Awesome Facial Recognition Technology Could Replace PasswordsCellphone fingerprint passcodes weren’t on James Madison’s mind when he authored the Fifth Amendment, a constitutional protection with roots in preventing torture by barring self-incriminating testimonials in court cases.

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