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UK ID scheme complex, costly, won't work, says expert
11 July 2003

'UK home secretary and serial control freak David Blunkett's national ID card scheme has come under fire from an unlikely source - the company currently deploying Belgium's national ID card scheme. This has a certain piquancy, given that Blunkett thinks the UK is "out of kilter" with Europe on ID cards, yet here we have an outfit that knows what it's talking about reckoning that he is out of kilter with ID card thinking.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:11 PM Fri 11 Jul 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Privacy , The Register