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Using psychiatric neuroimaging in interrogations: permissible or not?

Using psychiatric neuroimaging in interrogations: permissible or not?
Using psychiatric neuroimaging in interrogations: permissible or not?




-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Politech Submission
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 10:14:08 -0400
From: Sean Thompson  
Reply-To: Sean Thompson  
To: declan@well.com 

Declan,

I have written a paper that I think might be of some interest to your
readers on Politech.  In it, I examine the legality of apply new
brain-scanning technologies like functional MRI in the interrogation
of individuals the US has detained in the war on terror.  It might be
a little heavier law than the usual post, but I think its an
interesting look at how new technology will challenge the traditional
legal restraints on interrogation.  It's over at SSRN at
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=656841 

-- 
Sean

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