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ID cards to be tested in 'a small market town'
27 August 2003

'The Home Office confirmed last night that a six-month trial, testing the use of new generation fingerprint and eye-scanning technology, would be completed by April to "assess customer perceptions and reactions" and estimate costs. It is believed that the trial will be carried out in an as yet unnamed small market town with a population of about 10,000.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:29 PM Wed 27 Aug 2003 Categories: ID Cards , The Guardian