Model Privacy Impact Assessment for Forensic Phenotyping

Nathan SCUDDER, James ROBERTSON, Dennis MCNEVIN, Simon WALSH, Sally KELTY

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Abstract

This Model Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) considers the introduction of forensic phenotyping and a move towards forensic genomics through a privacy lens. The Model PIA considers the privacy challenges and benefits, and puts forward some mitigation strategies to reduce identified risks.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
PublisherNational Centre for Forensic Studies
Number of pages34
ISBN (Print)9780987232427
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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SCUDDER, N., ROBERTSON, J., MCNEVIN, D., WALSH, S., & KELTY, S. (2018). Model Privacy Impact Assessment for Forensic Phenotyping. Canberra, Australia: National Centre for Forensic Studies.
SCUDDER, Nathan ; ROBERTSON, James ; MCNEVIN, Dennis ; WALSH, Simon ; KELTY, Sally. / Model Privacy Impact Assessment for Forensic Phenotyping. Canberra, Australia : National Centre for Forensic Studies, 2018. 34 p.
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Canberra, Australia : National Centre for Forensic Studies, 2018. 34 p.

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