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February 2018
Canada to Trial Blockchain Security Concept to Make Travel Safer
Security Concept: biometrics
"Travellers will be responsible for providing their own information to bodies such as border control agencies and hotels, with biometric identification being used to verify the information given. As a traveller continues to provide verified information about themselves, they will build a trusted ‘Known Traveller’ status. This status can be further improved by interacting with ‘trusted entities’, of which the report provides schools and post offices as examples, making individuals responsible for the trustworthiness of their information.

The system also allows passengers easier access to the right to be forgotten; as of 2018, individuals within the EU are able to request the deletion or removal of personal data if there is no ‘compelling reason’ for it to be kept. The Known Traveller concept makes passengers responsible for providing information, rather than border security responsible for extracting information, so it will be easier for travellers to exercise this right."
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Is Your ID Approved for Travel?These Are the Latest Rules

"The Real ID Act requires that driver’s licenses meet standards set by the Department of Homeland Security by October 2020. "'s ConvergeBlog
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U.S. State Department Overhauls Travel Warning System
Eight Disturbing Travel Trends You'll Confront in 2018
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