Argentina reveals new biometric requirements for pensions (Planet Biometrics)
Argentina’s social security agency has announced that all pensioners will need to undergo biometric registration to receive payments, and that all ATM payment services for benefits must also have fingerprint readers installed by June.
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Argentina strengthens migratory control (InfoSurHoy)
When a passenger places his or her finger on the fingerprint reader at the airport, the system instantaneously sends a message to the National Registry of Persons (RENAPER), the agency responsible for protecting the individual identity rights of Argentine residents.
“If the person who placed their finger on the reader does not match the individual shown in the documents, the system blocks the process and alerts the inspector,” Duval said. “We’ve already had some cases like this.”
When processing foreigners, the system compares the data with a record of their previous entries and departures in Argentina.
Argentina: Football, the ‘Evita Cup’ and New Security Measures (Elites TV)
The first announcement is related to the acts of violence which took place in the first half of 2012. Due to these acts, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) [es] and the Office of the Argentine Presidency [es] signed an agreement [es] to prevent violence. The measure involves the installation of SABED (Biometric System for Admission to Sports Events), in which fingerprints will allow the entry to stadiums according to the antecedents of each spectator.
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