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Using funding from the Operation Sovereign Borders initiative, the new government plans to develop systems to share biometric data with other nations, reports ZDNet. Immigration Minister Scott Morrison told an audience at the Biometrics Institute conference that this kind of data sharing helps the government detect high-risk individuals before they enter the country. Currently, Australia has biometric data sharing agreements in place with New Zealand, Canada, the UK and the U.S. “This funding is directed towards the development of solutions that use secure Internet-based data exchange between partner countries, without reliance on data being stored on the Australian secure server," Morrison said.
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