Sweden has drafted legislation that will result in a deal with the United States on sharing fingerprint data to fight crime, the Swedish government said.A law drafted by the Swedish government would let authorities in both countries run fingerprint searches in each other's databases.However, the is also a requirement to formally request access to a person's name and other personal data, Sweden's interior ministry said in a press release.”We are exchanging fingerprints with the United States to strengthen our work against serious crime,” Interior Minister Anders Ygeman said in a statement.Requests for personal data tied to the fingerprints would under the draft law be tried in each country before access is granted, the Swedish government said.The proposed legislation is now due for review by national authorities.