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Thanks to a FOIA-request by the Privacy First Foundation, the official figures about look-alike fraud with Dutch passports and ID-cards have today, for the first time, become public. From these figures it emerges that the Dutch biometric passport with fingerprints is an absolutely disproportionate measure, the introduction of which should never have been allowed. The primary argument from the Dutch government for introducing fingerprints in passports and ID-cards has for years been the same: fighting look-alike fraud. Look-alike fraud is a form of abuse whereby someone uses an authentic travel document of someone else to whom his appearance resembles. This kind of swindler is also called an impostor. Questions about the scale of this type of fraud have hardly ever…

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