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Groene Amsterdammer, 3 Nov 2010: 'Rather unseen and anonymous; personal struggle against identification'

"On 6 May, Louise van Luijk attended Privacy First's press conference at Nieuwspoort in The Hague. This independent foundation, which advocates the right to privacy and bodily integrity, presented there the subpoena of a civil suit against the state over the new Passport Act of 2009. Their effort is to stop the storage of biometric data - fingerprints and facial scan - in a central government register so that, in line with the European regulation, this data is only in passports and ID cards. About the storage in the documents themselves, they also demand that it be much more secure and that there be clarity on liability and redress if something goes wrong with the processing of these personal data. (...)"

Read HERE the entire article in the Groene Amsterdammer.