Legal Glossary

Definition of Digital Fingerprinting

A biometric technique called digital fingerprinting records a person's distinctive traits in order to confirm their identity.

It employs algorithms to identify and contrast patterns in digital data, including a person's voice, fingerprint, typing speed, and other personal characteristics.

Numerous fields, including security, access control, online authentication, and others, can benefit from this technology.

It is frequently employed when more extensive data storage is required or typical identifying methods are insufficient.

A potent method for assuring the accuracy of digital identities and avoiding fraud is digital fingerprinting.

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