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If you want to become a criminal investigator or wonder what a real crime scene looks like, let this article be your reality check.
Inside the Innovatrics forensic lab, you will find a mix of high-tech fingerprint gadgets and traditional brushes and powders for lifting fingerprints.
O banco 365 é um banco da nova era que deseja revolucionar a maneira como as pessoas na Eslováquia lidam com suas finanças. Eles querem que seus clientes tenham sempre todos os serviços bancários disponíveis na ponta dos dedos, não importa onde estejam.
365 bank is a new-age bank that wants to revolutionise the way people in Slovakia approach their finances. They want their customers to always have all banking services available at their fingertips, no matter where they were.
Deceased people still registered to vote, bad ballot design or even honest mistakes can raise eyebrows about the integrity of elections. Even more so in these times, when it has become easy to enrage the masses into believing the system is crooked – as we saw in the US after the 2020 presidential elections, when […]
Contributor Imagine being in charge of building a list of all eligible voters in your home country from scratch – a task crucial for preserving democracy. Yet there is almost no starting point of reference because the citizen registry is incomplete and riddled with duplicates, minors or deceased people. You and your team opt for […]
Albania revolutionised the way people vote in the country. The new system sped up the elections – reducing them from two days to just one. So how has the voting process changed?
Attempts to change political regimes in African countries have often failed due to disputed elections. In Guinea, biometric technology has helped to create a reliable voters list – an essential prerequisite for legitimate elections.
Data shows that the number of democracies in the world is shrinking. Many countries are struggling on a precarious path between democracy and autocracy, while in long-established Western democracies fears over the denial of election results are becoming more and more frequent.