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August 7th, 2006 at 03:00pm
http://www.opsi.gov.uk/ACTS/acts2006/20060015.htm

So does this mean it's actually been passed?
According to Wikpedia, it will include...
Personal information:
full name;
other names by which he is or has been known;
date of birth;
place of birth;
gender;
principal UK place of residence;
every other UK place of residence;
past places of UK and overseas residence during a prescribed period.
Identifying information:
head and shoulder photograph;
signature;
fingerprints;
other biometric information.
Residential status:
nationality;
entitlement to remain in the United Kingdom;
the terms and conditions of leave to enter or remain in the UK, if applicable.
Personal reference numbers etc:
National Identity Registration Number;
the number of any ID card issued;
any national insurance number;
the number of any immigration document;
the number of any United Kingdom passport;
the number of any non-UK passport;
the number of any document that can be used instead of a passport;
the number of any overseas identity card;
any reference number in connection with an application to enter or to remain in the UK;
the number of any work permit;
any driving licence number;
the number of any other designated document;
the date of expiry or period of validity of a document listed above.
Record history:
previous records of the above information;
changes affecting the above information and changes made to the Register entry;
date of death.
Registration and ID card history:
the date of every application for registration;
the date of every application for a modification of the registry entry;
the date of every application confirming the contents of the registry entry;
the reason for any omission from the information recorded;
particulars (in addition to its number) of every ID card issued;
whether each such card is in force and, if not, why not;
particulars of every person who has countersigned an application;
particulars of every notification given by him (lost, stolen and damaged cards, etc);
particulars of every requirement to surrender an ID card.
Validation information:
the information provided in connection with every application or modification;
the information provided in connection with every registry entry confirmation;
the steps taken to identify the applicant or verify the information provided;
any other steps or information used to ensure a complete, up-to-date, accurate entry;
particulars of every notification given by that individual.
Security information:
a PIN used in connection with applications or information provision;
a password used for the above purpose;
questions and answers to be used for security when applying or modifying information.
Records of provision of information:
particulars of every occasion on which the registry entry has been accessed;
particulars of every person to whom such information has been provided;
other particulars associated with the registry access
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August 8th, 2006 at 05:03am
There have been talks of this in Australia, a few years ago, so far, as far as I know, nothing has come of it, but I think that they have plans to introduce it in the coming years.

I think it was going to have basically what Courtney (Shifty if you don't mind me using your real name or anything) said the English version would have.
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August 8th, 2006 at 11:03am
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There have been talks of this in Australia, a few years ago, so far, as far as I know, nothing has come of it, but I think that they have plans to introduce it in the coming years.

I think it was going to have basically what Courtney (Shifty if you don't mind me using your real name or anything) said the English version would have.

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Yeah, the "Smart Card". I was reading about that, it didint sound as intrusive as this though, it was more of an access card wasnt it? It was going to replace a bunch of other cards and combine them all into one.

The card would include a photograph, name and signature. An embedded microchip would contain a digital image of the cardholder, as well as information such as their address, birth date and Medicare number. Cardholders could voluntarily include medical information about allergies and chronic conditions, blood type, emergency contact and organ donor status,
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August 8th, 2006 at 07:18pm
actually i don't think it's a bad idea. i have to give more personal information on some application-forms than i did for my id in germany.
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August 8th, 2006 at 10:34pm
Dash:
actually i don't think it's a bad idea. i have to give more personal information on some application-forms than i did for my id in germany.

You had to take retena scans for an application form? This is more than just an Id, you can't do anything without this. It isn't a good Idea. it's extremely intrusive. And the worst part is, imagine if they gigantic database was hacked or something. Every citizens personal information at someones disposal.
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August 9th, 2006 at 06:17am
Dash:
actually i don't think it's a bad idea. i have to give more personal information on some application-forms than i did for my id in germany.


it has been prooevn that the recentish london bombings still wouldve happened even if the people had ID cards they are not a good idea because they will be able to see what we do, what we buy and all sorts of private stuff, i personaly will risk going to prison than carry or even buy a card,
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Have similar schemes been proposed or adopted in other countries?

Yes. Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand have very similar card systems. China is moving rapidly in this direction with the development of a compulsory ID database and card system. However no common law country in the world has ever accepted the idea of a peace-time ID card. The Australian and New Zealand public have rejected similar proposals outright. Canada has never agreed to such a scheme. ID card proposals have always been rejected by the United States Congress. No European country has such a comprehensive or invasive card system.

Ok, read that Bold part, then this.

"A difficulty will occur with travel to the United States if we do not align what we are doing with the changes that are taking place around us... Because the United States is considering new ways of accrediting identification,"

Yeah, but The United States never accepted plans like that because they are crazy and intrusive. This is a scary Issue, I can't believe I didnt know about this sooner!

It's a lie.
The US is taking it a step further.
In the US you won't even have privacy even if you're by yourself.
In 2008 It will be required by the state to include in EVERY persons drivers license a tracking device, soon after we will all be required to hold ID cards, and not long after that you will have all of your information stored in the US human bank...your name, money, literally EVERY part of you except the physical will be there. These same things will be applied in England and every other country as well.
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September 3rd, 2006 at 12:47pm
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It's a lie.
The US is taking it a step further.
In the US you won't even have privacy even if you're by yourself.
In 2008 It will be required by the state to include in EVERY persons drivers license a tracking device, soon after we will all be required to hold ID cards, and not long after that you will have all of your information stored in the US human bank...your name, money, literally EVERY part of you except the physical will be there. These same things will be applied in England and every other country as well.

Under what Law?
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September 3rd, 2006 at 06:17pm
I think it's called the Real ID Act...
I think they're putting tracking devices in the passports as well.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/REAL_ID_Act_of_2005
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September 3rd, 2006 at 11:39pm
Wow I never really knew about this and it's so scary.
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September 4th, 2006 at 12:03am
Stuff like that's only scary if you let it be.
The only way to make it not scary, is to not let it happen.
You don't let it happen by resisting no matter what and trying to educate and encourage others to do the same.
The advantage that the US & England and most countries have over some others, these things haven't been put in place and therefore they don't have to be.
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November 19th, 2006 at 08:16pm
we have problems like that in the USA too...

my friend knows this lady who marryed this guy from south
africa and when she was pregnent and having the
cramps he went to the drug store to get her some
pain killers and this guy asked him to show his drivers
lisences and he was like "i dont have it with me i did not
drive here i just road the bus up here to get my wife
some pian killers beacuase she is pregnent and she
is not felling good!"

then they thought he was like a terrorest
or something and they made him go home to south africa
without a fair trial or anything! and they wouldnt let him
go back to usa for like a 15 mouths! and his wife had to
have the baby without him!

and they did that just beacuase he didnt have a ID!
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