And fears we have in the Isle of Man over e-Borders are confirmed by reports like this:
A Congolese lecturer arrested while on holiday in Belfast, is to continue his legal fight after returning home, the High Court has heard.
Jean-Pierre Djimbonge, 51, was arrested as he got off a flight from London to Belfast and held in five detention centres before being freed last week.
Mr Djimbonge said he believed he was picked out because he was black.
And they did this because:
The Agency alleged that he was planning to abuse his visa to gain entry to the Republic of Ireland.
I.e. he was arrested because he fitted a theoretical profile that suggested an intention that may have been illegal. I.e he was black and traveling in a certain direction.