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Daily Dashboard | INTERPOL calls on governments to share terrorists' biometric data Related reading: A view from Brussels: Is the finish line for the Data Act in sight?



In an effort to improve global security, INTERPOL's General Assembly is urging governments around the world to share known terrorists' biometric data, FindBiometrics reports. The move came after the INTERPOL’s General Assembly convened for the 85th ICPO-INTERPOL General Assembly Exhibition in Bali, Indonesia this week. "In a statement, the global police agency said it currently possesses information about 9,000 terrorists, but that only 10 percent of its files feature biometric information, with INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock calling the lack of such data 'a weak link' in the prevention of terrorism," the report states. 
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