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From Fingerprints to DNA: Biometric Data Collection in U.S. Immigrant Communities and Beyond

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Jennifer Lynch, From Fingerprints to DNA: Biometric Data Collection in U.S. Immigrant Communities and Beyond (May 2012) (full-text).

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This paper discusses the state of biometrics in the United States today and its planned expansion in the future. It provides background information on biometrics and applicable laws and how biometrics and immigration issues intersect. It discusses concerns within the privacy advocacy community about biometrics, data sharing, and databases mdash; and applies those concerns to immigration issues. Finally, it concludes with some proposals for change.

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