Aleksandr N. Pimenov, Tahir S. Efendiev. Urgent problems of biometric identification on transport
Aleksandr N. Pimenov - post graduate of the Law Institute of the Russian University of Transport
Tahir S. Efendiev - Candidate of Law, docent, associate professor of the department ‘Administrative Law, Ecological Law, Information Law’, Law Institute, Russian University of Transport
Abstract. The purpose of the current study was a comprehensive analysis of the legal nature of biometric identification and its significance in the context of the transformation of the transport complex. The main methods used in the study were formal-logical and comparative-legal in order to comprehensively analyze the current legislation of Russia, as well as foreign countries in the field of personal biometric data protection. As a result of the study, there have been substantiated the conclusions about the positive value of the use of biometric identification on transport in order to ensure security, as well as the necessity to increase attention of the legislator to the issue of protecting personal data in general, including biometric data.
Keywords: personal data; biometric personal data; administrative responsibility; digital passport; transport complex; biometric identification on transport.
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