The European Commission said in a report due to be published on Tuesday that Italy should take migrants' fingerprints by force if needed.The report also complains that only one of six designated hotspots, or migrant identification facilities, are operational in Italy. “The Commission expects two more (hotspots) at Pozzallo and Porto Empedocle to be opened within days,” according to the report to be published TuesdayEarlier this week, the EC said it was launching legal action against Italy, Greece, Malta and Croatia for flouting rules on taking migrants' fingerprints upon arrival.The move regards the alleged failure to correctly implement the Eurodac Regulation, which demands the fingerprinting of asylum seekers and transmission of data to the Eurodac central system within 72 hours.