March 10, 2016
The European Commission is set to propose expanding police access to sensitive digital data, including details of financial transactions made inside the EU and biometric data of asylum seekers.
The idea is laid out in an internal document, seen by this website, from EU counter-terrorism coordinator Gilles de Kerchove.
The paper, dated 4 March 2016, says the commission is mulling proposals to broaden the Terrorist Financing Tracking Program (TFTP), also known as the Swift agreement.
Source: EU Observer