Ministry of the Interior Launched Smart ID Cards Project Despite Strong Opposition

Ministry of the Interior Launched Smart ID Cards Project Despite Strong OppositionChannel 10 News
July 8 2013

Saar on the biometric database: "I do not find ground for concern". "Those encouraged concerns - they don't seem to bother Israeli citizens who wish to leave for the States and are requested to give ten fingers and face print", the Minister claimed in defense. "I don't know any democratic state that by law forces its citizens to submit their finger prints" warns the Academy [Prof. Eli Biham, Dean of Technon Computer Science Department].

Interview in Channel 10 News (1:18th min.)
More interviews on the biometric law.

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