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EU to Start Logging Migrants’ Faces as One in Ten Go Underground

Source: express.co.uk

Invaders are disappearing in Europe at such a rate the European Commission is wanting to splash £24million of taxpayer cash on facial recognition technology to try and keep track.

(Guess who this technology will be used against in the end?)

Germany alone has lost track of 130,000 migrants – meaning one in 10 are disappearing without trace.

Children as young as six would be included in the database, with the unelected commission lowering the age from the current age of 14.

The proposal would see data collected and kept for five years instead of the current 18 months in a bid to keep authorities informed on their whereabouts.

It would be an expansion of the Eurodac fingerprint database to identify asylum seekers and irregular border-crossers.

Eurodac was introduced to support the Dublin System, which allows countries to send migrants back to their first port of call in the EU.

It is not known when the technology will be ready to be used, but it could be 2020.

The Commission criticised the current rules for restricting the collection of asylum seeker data too much.

As it stands, member EU states cannot check the fingerprints of apprehended migrants that have no residence status and have not submitted an application yet.

The Commission hopes that the new technology will bring migration under control.

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