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The inclusion of biometric data in identification documents does not violate human rights
The inclusion of biometric data in identification documents does not violate human rights, believes Vladimir Lukin, ombudsman. "The use of such a measure cannot be considered violation of human rights laid down in the Russian Constitution, in particular, the right to inviolability of private life and freedom of opinion, certainly, if all this is done within the law," runs Lukin's statement in an answer to the Russian people who oppose the use of biometric data in their documents. "I believe that the inclusion of biometric data (personal photograph, verbal portrait, the height, the colour of the eyes and hair, fingerprints, retinal photo, etc.) in passports of Russian citizens is nothing but fixation of the born individual features of the person," the statement says. Lukin also thinks that the inclusion of informative biometric data in the identification documents will allow combating such dangerous crimes as terrorism, hostage taking, and slave trade in women and children.
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