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Daily Archives: February 16, 2008
Dutch Police was always able to get the fingerprint of suspects if they could make a “reasonable case” of the likelihood that a person is involved. Why then can’t the dutch government suddenly make this “reasonable case” anymore? Are they getting dumber? Or disrespectful regarding citizen rights? This, since now they rather bluntly demand fingerprint data of everyone upfront, and put them in yet another centralized database.
This government proposal has no reason, its wrong.