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Here’s how a well-connected security company is quietly building mass biometric databases in West Africa with EU aid funds

analyse - 22 novembre 2020

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Documents disclosed to Privacy International reveal how the European Union has been using aid funds to finance the development of biometric identity systems in countries in Africa as part of its response to migration, and highlight urgent concerns.
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The EU is using aid funds to build mass-scale and high-risk biometric identification systems to manage migration flows to Europe and to facilitate deportations ; Civipol, a well-connected French company owned by some of the (...)



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