> data-sharing pilot that began in 2006 between Australia, the U.S. and three other countries
What are the other countries? Top suspects: Canada, Mexico, the UK, NZ, the Bahamas.
Funny how the article only talks a lot about data protection, and a bit about ease of travel. How about we know more about how long data is kept by the omnipotent border cops, who they give it to, and how long those people they give it to keep it and what they do with it?
El Reg always cries about risks to privacy with the likes of Google or FB. This is another order of magnitude and not a word....