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The plastic revolution
12 July 2003

'Storing potentially vast amounts of sensitive data about every citizen in one place presents dangers. One would have to be supremely naive to believe that the information would only ever be used for benign purposes. You might trust this government, Martin, but what about the next one, or the one after that?'

Posted by SteveC at 04:10 PM Sat 12 Jul 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Privacy , The Guardian