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 September 21, 2010  Posted by  Misc

Philip Virgo writes:

The debate over ID Cards has not gone away. It will return next year, with plans for security during the Olympics (as an “extension” of the NATO agenda for identifying Goivenrment employers and contractors, including security staff and volunteers), for residents’ cards (to cut the cost of delivering public services) and for EU initatives (supposedly to aid pan-Euopean inter-operability). Meanwhile those wanting us to transact on-line will wish to promote their dreams for global identities that will help them cement market share. It has therefore been suggested that I update my 2004 guide to the politics of Personal Identity to help a new generation (including politicians and those lobbying them) to understand what has changed and what has not. Here goes…

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