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Border Control and Use of Biometrics: Reasons Why the Right to Privacy Can Not Be Absolute

Abstract : This paper discusses concerns pertaining to the absoluteness of the right to privacy regarding the use of biometric data for border control. The discussion explains why privacy cannot be absolute from different points of view, including privacy versus national security, privacy properties conflicting with border risk analysis, and Privacy by Design (PbD) and engineering design challenges.
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Mohamed Abomhara, Sule Yildirim Yayilgan, Marina Shalaginova, Zoltán Székely. Border Control and Use of Biometrics: Reasons Why the Right to Privacy Can Not Be Absolute. 14th IFIP International Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management (Privacy and Identity), Aug 2019, Windisch, Switzerland. pp.259-271, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-42504-3_17⟩. ⟨hal-03378961⟩

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