"The troops have come home, the flag has been been lowered, and the Iraq War is officially in the past for the U.S. military. But the military is holding on to a major souvenir of the war: a massive database packed with retinal scans, thumb prints and other biometric data identifying millions of Iraqis. It will be a tool for counterterrorism long after the Iraq War becomes a fading memory."Read the rest of this news article in "U.S. Holds On to Biometrics Database of 3 Million Iraqis", Wired.com Danger Room, December 21, 2011. Learn more about biometrics.
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Biometrics Database of 3 Million Iraqis Remain in U.S. Control