(Bloomberg) -- France has created a central database containing biometric and personal information of citizens, raising concerns about privacy and personal freedom.
Anyone with an identity card or a passport will be registered in the new database, according to a government decree published Sunday. A single file will hold details including name, height, and eye color, along with bio-metric information such as finger prints.
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