DHS wants carriers to collect data from international travelers

04/22/2008 | NYTimes.com · Washington Post, The · USA Today

A proposed rule would require commercial airlines and cruise ship operators to collect data and fingerprints from international travelers and forward the information to DHS. The program will cost about $2.7 billion for the companies to carry out over a decade. Airlines say the government should collect biometric data and assume control over the program.

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