Nothing to see here. This is old news with new legs - the UK govt had this at the heart of bids to various consortia who were chasing the E-borders contracts up to 10 years ago. At that time, consultants 'imagined' of intelligent gates at airports that would look for matches in travel 'manifests' created when people booked their travel though a regulated travel agent (so a fail with the 'regulated' for anyone who didn't want to be 'regulated').
The idea being that between boarding pass swipe and 'wheels up' on the plane, the local authorities would have the opportunity to call back a plane from push-back, taxi or take-off pattern and collar the suspects. Failing that, the Interkops could warn the destination endpoint of the arrival of shady said individual and so present them back to the authorities.
Of course, that's come to nothing owing to the massive costs, but still send the heart a-flutter when there's a disturbance in the force like said events in Paris this week. And it would have helped if the ID of the lucky lady that got away was tagged to such a system.
Time (and probably omore after that) will tell...