The WorldNetDaily writes:
“Some 25 foreign nations are planning to require visiting Americans to be fingerprinted, according to a prominent biometrics expert and president of the company that produces the computerized desktop booking stations used by many law enforcement authorities.”
This is retaliation to the new US Department of Homeland Security requirements to fingerprint foreign travelers entering the US. The news was announced at a recent Biometrics Consortium Conference in Virginia.
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