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Unannounced regime change in Israel - the Electronic Signatures Act (2001) and the Biometric Database Act (2009)

Unannounced regime change in Israel - the Electronic Signatures Act (2001) and the Biometric Database Act (2009)
[i][color=#660000]The Biometric Database Act (2009) was and is fiercely opposed by experts as “a step to a true police state” and as transition to a "post-democratic" regime. Little noticed, unannoucned regime change had already taken place in Israel in the early 2000s with the passage and implementation of the Electronic Signature Act (2001), the Regulations of the Courts - Offices of the Clerks (2004), and new electronic record systems in the courts. Integrity of the electronic records of the courts and other legal public records was undermined. MEIR SHITRIT, YORAM HACOHEN, and AMIT ASHKENAZI were and are central to conduct related both to the Electronic Signatures Act (2001) and Biometric Database Act (2009). Given the involvement of senior officers of all three branches of government in this conduct, a Truth and Reconciliation
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Added: Jul-5-2012 Occurred On: Jul-5-2012
By: HumanRightsAlert
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Regional News, Other News, Politics, LiveLeaks
Tags: State of Israel, Electronic Signatures, Biometric Database
Location: Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel (load item map)
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