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The fact of the matter is Edmund, that only the government believe this scheme feasible. Econmically third parties have proven it unviable, technically its a very high risk area. My council tax has gone up this year again, yet police did nothing when I had stuff stolen, likewise when my fiancé's 3 week old car was smashed up (not theft) and she was left crying in the dark and rain, with gangs around, and was offered no assistance. In addition for my higher taxes, I had to wait in hospital for 15 minutes whilst having a servere asthma attack, and they've now cut down my rubbish collection to every two weeks - face it the Government can't organise a piss up in a brewery, so it most certainly won't get this right *cough*millenium dome*cough*. As for selling the technology, I'm afraid they're on a loser. The US has a similar project on that is currently incompatible with ours, moreover, other European countries already have non biometric ID cards. If you're in Europe it would make sense to go with the common tried and tested, cheaper non biometric cards or the country that has the most influence in the world. Other European countries don't fear "terrorism" like ourselves and the US, so most are unlikely to want biometric cards. Incidentally Economic theory says that "war" increases innovation and efficiency in an economy can you see where I'm going with this? Re. my fiancé's car - no amount of biometric data would catch the vandals as the police *weren't interested* and the cost of DNA testing is prohibitive. Again will it benefit the common Joe? No. Will it help high profile cases in the news. Maybe.Ben, 15 лет назад.