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We agree with words like "improvement" and "better". In an ideal world we'll also agree what IS better and what constitutes an improvement. Hint: it may not necessarily be compulsory, involve biometrics, registration and fines, storage on a single central database, or annoying bits of plastic.Posted by William on 2006-12-30 14:34:19. Link. Report abuse to firstname.lastname@example.org. Back to the main document list
Response to hint!:
Without biometrics, identity management, which Varney rightly puts centre-stage, can only be a matter of corroborating the provenance and authenticity of bits of paper and electronic records.
Storage on a single database isn't actually the way that IPS is now moving, as I understand it.
Bits of plastic are not essential to biometrically secured electronic identity.