Biometric data in large EU IT systems in the areas of borders, visa and asylum – fundamental rights implications
The EU has developed common rules for managing external borders, for issuing visas and for dealing with asylum requests. These rules require cooperation between EU Member States, including the exchange of personal data concerning third-country nationals. The EU has developed three large scale IT systems to exchange personal data in the areas of asylum, borders and visa: #Eurodac, #SIS II (#Schengen_Information_System) and #VIS (#Visa_Information_System). This project will analyse the fundamental rights implications of inserting, storing and using biometric data – such as fingerprints – in these IT systems. Both the negative as well as the positive fundamental rights implications will be studied.
#biométrie #surveillance #frontières #surveillance_frontalière #contrôles_frontaliers #visa #asile #migrations #réfugiés #Schengen #données_biométriques #empreintes_digitales #droits_humains #droits_fondamentaux #rapport
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