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Biometrics can help the EU shore up it's borders.

One Person, One Passport

July 2010, Zahl 01.03

“The European Union’s decision to issue biometric passports to its more than 500 million citizens makes travel between the 27 member states easier. The high-tech “ePassport,” or Passport 10, includes a microchip that can store the bearer’s passport number, photograph, fingerprint, digital signature and retinal scan, if collected. The EU said its “one-person, one-passport” policy will also help combat terrorism, illegal immigration and human trafficking...”

Excerpt from per Concordiam Staff, “One Person, One Passport,” per Concordiam: Journal of European Security Defense Issues 1, No. 3, 2010: 54-55.

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