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 July 3, 2015  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Planet Biometrics reports:

A privacy row in Texas over the need to submit all 10 fingerprints for a driving licence application has taken a further twist after the Department of Public Safety pledge to work towards restoring the requirement.

The Senate Transportation Committee had passed a bill in March that prohibited the DPS from the procedure, after Sen. Charles Schwertner, R- Georgetown argued that it was an invasion of privacy.

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