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Since November 20th, 2008, foreigners entering Japan (including permanent and non-permanent residents) have had to submit to being digitally fingerprinted and photographed.
"This will greatly contribute to preventing international terrorist activities on our soil," —Naoto Nikai, Immigration Bureau
"It is vital we take fingerprints (from foreigners) in order to prevent terrorist attacks," —Kunio Hatoyama, Justice Minister
We are not terrorists! Protest this attack on human rights. Please sign the petition:
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