Innovative Forensic Habitoscopy in the Context of Digitalization as a Source of New Evidentiary Opportunities in the Fight Against Crime (Cybercrime)
( Pp. 97-102)

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Oleg I. Lozinsky
South Russian Institute of Management—Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy of Public Administration
Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation
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The purpose of the study. The article analyzes the possibilities of innovative forensic habitoscopy in the context of digitalization as a source of new evidence in the fight against crime (cybercrime). Conclusions. Forensic habitoscopy in the conditions of digitalization is not a static, well-established area of forensic activity (research area), but is in the process of dynamic development. Digitalization of all areas of public life, which is an inevitable consequence of progress, generates a side effect in the form of various forms of cybercrime, and innovative habitoscopy, using the possibilities of digitalization, develops and becomes one of the effective forms of countering crime (cybercrime).
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Lozinsky O. I. Innovative Forensic Habitoscopy in the Context of Digitalization as a Source of New Evidentiary Opportunities in the Fight Against Crime (Cybercrime) // ECONOMIC PROBLEMS AND LEGAL PRACTICE. 2023. Vol. 19. № 5. P. 97-102. (in Russ.) EDN: ODCZHK
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forensic habitoscopy; human diagnosis; appearance; digital image; behavioral biometrics; dermatoglyphics; stylometry; keyboard handwriting; digital handwriting; investigation of cybercrimes; personal (somatic) human rights; interdependent (integrative) signs..

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