Brain Fingerprinting Technology: Ethics and Deception in Crime

A unique study on brain fingerprinting technology in crime cases finds further ways in which the tool could be deceived by possible suspects through the drug propranolol.

Whilst mind reading technology has been subjected to much criticism by courts due to breaches in privacy , propranolol, a drug commonly used to treat anxiety and PTSD, could be a way in which offenders may deceive authorities to be not guilty for a crime they have not committed.

2ser spoke to Paul McGorrery, PhD candidate from Deakin University School of Law talked drugs, ethics and privacy rights.

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