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What will it mean for me?
12 November 2003

'When you renew your passport or driving licence in four years time you won't just have to fill in a countersigned form and provide a recent photograph. Instead you will find you will also have to go to your nearest post office or registry office and have your fingerprints "taken" electronically and your eyes scanned so that the unique pattern of your iris can be stored on a new electronic database.' link

Posted by SteveC at 10:01 PM Wed 12 Nov 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Surveillance & Security , The Guardian