Archive for the ‘naitonal ID’ Category

READ IT : FGIT Q&A with Jeremy Grant on NSTIC implications for government IT

Here is the bottom segment of a letter I submitted to NIST in lieu of public comment.

“Please reconsider the NSTIC program for an Interagency security use within the walls of the government sector as policy. It simply isn’t a very appropriate amenity for mainstream civilian living. It has a place and a market, but it should be appropriated to places where surreptitious demand for ID is required already.

NSTIC will face a lot of opposition for coaching this society to upsurge identity requirements for absolutely everything they do for the sake of commerce.”

Here is a copy of the FICAM Roadmap.  Explore the similarities between FICAM & NSTIC today!

FROM EGYPT

“In a sign of their new-found confidence, many protesters held up their national ID cards or passports to news cameras, a show of bravery just days after police were detaining and raiding the homes of activists.” 

:::MORE FROM THE FINANCIAL TIMES HERE:::


Here is second life for news that matters. 
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On Japan’s national ID number system proposal  —The government was to announce, possibly on Friday, a set of basic principles for the proposed introduction of a national identification number system as a means of tracking individual citizens’ social security, income and asset information for welfare and taxation purposes.

BTC -For anyone who has not seen Jim Harper’s “live” delivery on anti-Real ID rhetoric.  Airtight.