Like Jews, tyranny recognises no borders. hmmmm

Top law enforcement officials of the European Union
announced this week efforts to give police across the entire bloc
access to national databases containing fingerprints, DNA samples,
other biometric data and license plate information.

Some officials expressed grave concerns over allowing other national police forces direct access to their databases. German
Interior Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said, however, that there is a
“broad consensus” among all EU-27 governments to expand an existing
seven-nation data-sharing pact to include all EU Member States.

Schäuble promoted the idea of a similar data-sharing accord being signed between the European Union and the United States as part of expanded efforts to track down terror groups and serious crime suspects.

European Union changes in security, police and immigration cooperative efforts

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