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Daily Dashboard | The Netherlands' DPA says central passport database 'entails major privacy risks' Related reading: Privacy developments from California's 2022-2023 legislative session



The Netherlands' data protection authority, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens, said a proposal to create a central database containing passport application data "entails major privacy risks." In a letter to State Secretary of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Alexandra van Huffelen, the AP calls for the proposed amendment to the Passport Act, creating the centralized database, to be "thoroughly amended or otherwise withdrawn." It called maintaining passport photos, signatures and fingerprints of Dutch people in one location "a gold mine for cybercriminals."
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