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Mobile Biometric Tech Allows Cops to Catch OH Fugitive

The Madison, OH police department used special technology to arrest one of the most-wanted fugitives in the state. The method, known as Morpholdent, allowed officers to fingerprint the suspect, whose DOB and age did not match up, to determine that […]

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Floating Fingerprinting Locations Help Italy Process Migrants

  Because it is the second most popular destination for immigrants entering Europe, Italy is planning to introduce fingerprinting “hotspots” as soon as migrants reach rescue boats in the Mediterranean. These floating fingerprint centers will help more efficiently process the […]

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Parents of Immigrant Children to be Fingerprinted by ICE

United States Immigration and Customs is planning to fingerprint the parents claiming immigrant children who enter the country illegally. 31,000 of these parents were found claiming children in 2014 and 2015, all coming from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, and […]

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Fingerprint Identification May Prevent Wildlife Crime

Korean artist Jazoo Yang protests forcible demolition in vulnerable areas of Motogol where inhabitants are being displaced by new real estate, and she uses fingerprints to demonstrate this. Yang speaks out against the disenfranchisement of, brutality towards, and exploitation of […]

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The Story of How Identical Inmates Sparked the Use of Fingerprinting

  The roots of fingerprinting trace back to a case in Kansas in 1903, when Clerk M.W. McClaughtry of a local penitentiary was puzzled upon processing an inmate that he had seemingly already admitted years before. The new inmate, Will […]

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