15 May 2017
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Council pushes to "increase the feed and use of biometric data" in draft conclusions on security checks and irregular migration
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STRESSING the need to feed databases and increase the feed and the use of biometric data..." (emphasis added)
See: Draft Council conclusions recommending security checks in case of irregular migration(9039/17, LIMITE, 11 May 2017, pdf)
Background: Council plans to "map" security checks on refugees, migrants and EU citizens at external borders on all available databases(Statewatch News Online, 12 March 2017)
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