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Daily Dashboard | Advocacy groups say migrant biometric data collection by Greek police violates privacy Related reading: Heard around DC: FTC's children's privacy moves, federal privacy law talks and more

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Human Rights Watch and Homo Digitalis say a “smart policing” program to be implemented in Greece, through which police will obtain migrants’ facial and fingerprint biometric data, would be a violation of Greek and European privacy laws, Biometric Update reports. The data could be referenced against national and international databases and would be deleted without a match. Homo Digitalis Co-founder Konstantinos Kakavoulis said the program poses a “high risk” for “enabling unchecked control if it is launched.”
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