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 September 11, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Hibz Yousrina reports:

The court case revolving around the biometric National Identity Card is further evolving as Ish Sookun presented as expert witness. He explained in court that the confidential information of the Mauritius National Identity Scheme (MNIC) can be accessed through a card reader, in the absence of Internet connection. The State lawyer, Shah Nawaz Namdarkhan, retorted by adding that the card reader in question is not available in Mauritius and that the data is bound by different levels of security

Read more about the court exchange on Island Crisis.

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