Asmens biometrinių duomenų panaudojimo, nustatant tapatybę biometriniais metodais, teisinio reglamentavimo analizė Lietuvos Respublikoje
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Personal biometric identification methods and created on the basis of the emerging new system, after 2001 act of terrorism in the United States, has become a promising high-tech field, capable of greater public safety. Biometric system, personal identification process takes a wider application in law enforcement, information systems, health care, the financial sector, the entrance to the high security buildings and areas of protection and control systems in many other areas. Unique biometric data (facial shape features, finger and palm prints, palm shape, iris and retina, voice timbre, ear shape, DNA, typing rhythm, signature, gait, and so on) is used in an automatic personal identification procedures, which require a whether the person is, as it presents itself, and identity authentication procedures when the biometric system identifies a person, distinguishing him from other persons whose biometric data is stored in databases. Biometric systems use the main goal is to be identified and / or the identity of the individual, and their use is often associated with law enforcement authorities in the case of biometric data such as facial image, fingerprint and / or palm prints, or signature is used for investigation of criminal offenses. The article analyzes the relevant person using biometric data legal aspect. Dealt with Lithuanian legislation, which regulates the processing of these data conditionally divided into two groups. The first group includes legislation that enough fully reflect the key EU and ICAO provisions of the legislation governing the protection of the privacy issues related to the biometric data of a person, the taking, use, management and protection. The second group includes the Lithuanian authorities (Ministry of Interior, Police, border guards, customs and special services) legislation which regulated persons were involved in law enforcement horizons, biometric data collection with the use and storage.
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