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Israeli Knesset Approves Biometric Database Law

December 8th, 2009 12:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Lord Duran writes “The Israeli Knesset approved a bill that will require every Israeli citizen to submit a visual scan of their face and a biometric scan of their fingerprints to a national database. I, for one, fail to see how this is anything but evil. TFA mentions the Israeli census was breached — I’d like to point out, for comparison, that it’s still freely available on your peer-to-peer file sharing network of choice.”

Source: Israeli Knesset Approves Biometric Database Law

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