Aayush Chavan, Aayush Gadiya, Abhishek Guhagarkar, Aarya Gavaskar, Aagam Kothari, Aaditya Agrawal
Biometric, voting, fingerprint
A biometric voting machine uses biometric technology to authenticate voters and prevent fraudulent voting by scanning data such as fingerprints, iris scans, and facial recognition to verify voter identity. While this technology has been implemented in several countries worldwide, ongoing debates surround its suitability, reliability, and security. Despite the advantages of transparency and voter authentication, concerns around privacy and data security persist. Therefore, many countries continue to use traditional paper ballots or a combination of electronic and paper-based voting methods.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 833 - 836
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