UK Government to Announce Virtual ID Card Sceme

5th October 2012

The UK government is this month going to provide details of a scheme whereby a mobile phone, in conjunction with a social media profile (such as Facebook or LinedIn), can be used in order to access certain public services.

The scheme is likely to be controversial, but could make accessing services like tax credits, fishing licences and passports easier for UK citizens.

But many will cite security concerns and the fact that it could be used as a "virtual ID card" scheme, which could be perceived as an invasion of people's privacy.

To read the full article on the UK Zambians web-site please follow this link.

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