To follow the project Biometric Europe: imposing digital identities in the name of security, we are organising workshops with civil society partners from a variety of countries to explore and examine the implementation of the EU's 'interoperability' initiative, the development and deployment of biometric technologies for policing and border control, legal safeguards and and rights protections.
Aufruf zur Interessenbekundung: Staatliche Datenbanken, Biometrie, Polizeiarbeit und Migrationskontrolle / Convocatoria de expresiones de interés: bases de datos estatales, biometría, control policial y de la migración / Appel à manifestation d'intérêt : bases de données étatiques, biométrie, maintien de l'ordre et contrôle des migrations / Invito a manifestare interesse: workshop sulle banche dati statali di polizia e per il controllo delle migrazioni
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