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Biometrics in Argentina: Mass Surveillance as a State Policy

Two years ago, the UK dismantled
their national ID scheme and shredded their National Identity Registry
in response to great public outcry over the privacy-invasive program.
Unfortunately privacy protections have been less rosy elsewhere. In
Argentina, the national ID fight was lost some time ago. A law enacted
during the military dictatorship forced all individuals to obtain a government-mandated ID.
Now, they are in the process of enhancing its mandatory National
Registry of Persons (RENAPER) with biometric data such as fingerprints
and digitized faces. The government plans to repurpose this database in
order to facilitate “easy [url=http://www.youtub


Added: Oct-24-2013 Occurred On: Jan-10-2012
By: XaYdEk
Science and Technology
Tags: Surveillance, Argentina, biometrics, old news,
Location: Argentina (load item map)
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