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US Customs Uses Fingerprint Matching to Capture Illegal Immigrants

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has developed new equipment that can compare the fingerprints of illegal immigrants against the FBI’s finger print database and produce results in a much shorter time frame than before.  A month after the IAFIS was established […]

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Xinhua: China to Fingerprint Citizens

In 2011, China modified the Resident Identity Card law to require their citizens to register their fingerprints.  The aim of this legislation is two-fold: to introduce a faster and more reliable manner of identification, and to reduce the counterfeiting and […]

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TSA Fingerprinting – Do you have to worry about providing your fingerprints?

The Transportation Security Administration has created a new Pre-Check program that any American citizen can apply for. This program allows for expedited airport screening such as that found at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, and the application requires […]

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Fingerprinting Technology Helps Solve 30-Year-Old Murder

When all the leads in a crime investigation seem to point nowhere, the trail is said to have gone cold and the case is deemed a “cold case.”  In recent years, thanks to different technologies, many cold cases are now […]

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Fingerprints Aid Case Involving Twins

In 2008, a man named Donald Smith was arrested for murder. All the forensic evidence pointed to Donald as being the perpetrator. He matched the witness descriptions, surveillance camera footage, and even the DNA evidence at the crime scene. However, […]

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