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I've posted here before about the decision in an Indian court to convict a woman of murder based in part on a brain-based method of lie-detection (called BEOS). The court's 93-page opinion can now be downloaded at the Stanford Law & the Biosciences Blog and at Anand Giridharadas's Blog.
Posted by Adam Kolber on 12/11/2008 at 12:16 PM | Permalink
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