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Mr Online, 7 May 2010: 'Fingerprinting may violate privacy laws'

"The Privacy First foundation is taking court action to stop the storage of fingerprints of citizens who need a new passport. According to the foundation, storing the fingerprints violates privacy laws.

The foundation, together with 22 citizens who refuse to give their fingerprints, have sued the state, Privacy First announced on Thursday. The fingerprint is supposed to deter passport and identity fraud, but opponents fear that the data from the database will serve to start fighting crime, especially terrorism. (...)"

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