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Orwellian Surveillance Society
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[size="3"] [quote name='Amatya Rakshas' date='11 October 2011 - 08:26 PM' timestamp='1318344511' post='113275'][size="2"]A very urgent focus needs to be put on UID (aadhar). There has been much written on it and many have casts aspersions on it that it will lead to the establishment of the real big brother in India.



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Although not esteemed, lemme pose as one while most gurus are busy and distracted in the offline world. <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Tongue' />



The UID is leading towards a global management of biometric identities, one of the control mechanisms of the NWO.



A few months back, the Interpol chief had called for global ID card : [url="http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=10860"]Interpol chief calls for global electronic identity card system[/url] (April 06, 2011)



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Quote:The head of INTERPOL has emphasized the need for a globally verifiable electronic identity card (e-ID) system for migrant workers at an international forum on citizen ID projects, e-passports, and border control management.[/size]



[size="3"]Speaking at the fourth Annual EMEA ID WORLD summit, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said that regulating migration levels and managing borders presented security challenges for countries and for the world that INTERPOL was ideally-placed to help address.[/size]



[size="3"]"At a time when global migration is reaching record levels, there is a need for governments to put in place systems at the national level that would permit the identity of migrants and their documents to be verified internationally via INTERPOL," said Secretary General Noble.[/size]



[size="3"]"The vast majority of migrants are law-abiding citizens who would like to have their identities verified in more than one country using the same identity document. If countries were to issue work and residence permits in an e-ID format that satisfied common standards internationally, then both the migrant workers and the countries themselves would benefit because efficiencies would improve, security at the national and global level would improve and corruption would be reduced."[/size]



[size="3"]The ID WORLD forum heard that such a card required developing a mechanism whereby the biometric identity features of migrants, such as fingerprints and DNA, would be checked systematically against global databases.[/size]



[size="3"]"INTERPOL currently helps member countries screen travel documents of international air travelers approximately one-half a billion times a year. It would be a natural extension of this service to assist member countries in determining whether bearers of a globally verified identity card were in possession of a valid identity document or are wanted internationally for arrest via INTERPOL at the time that they applied for a work or residence permit,” added the INTERPOL Chief.[/size]



[size="3"]“Issuing migrant workers e-ID cards in a globally verifiable format will also reduce corruption and enable cardholders to be eligible for electronic remittance schemes that will foster greater economic development and prosperity in INTERPOL member countries,” concluded Secretary General Noble.[/size]



[size="3"]Key speakers at the ID WORLD forum included Pakistan's Minister of Interior Rehman Malik, World Bank Integrity Vice-President Leonard McCarthy, European Commission Head of International Affairs, Directorate General Home Affairs, Luigi Soreca, the UAE’s Head of Identity Authority, Ali Al Khouri, and Tariq Malik of Pakistan's National Database & Registration Authority.
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Safran, a French company, owned by the French government, completed the acquisition of L-1 Identity Solutions (started by CIA spooks and Homeland Security guys) to become the world leader in biometric identity solutions. [url="http://www.morpho.com/evenements-et-actualites-348/presse/safran-completes-the-acquisition-of-l-1-identity-solutions-becomes-world-leader-in-biometric-identity-solutions"]Safran completes the acquisition of L-1 Identity Solutions Becomes world leader in biometric identity solutions[/url] : (July 26, 2011)



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Quote:After completing all required approval procedures, Safran (NYSE Euronext Paris: SAF) today announced that it has finalized the acquisition of L-1 Identity Solutions, Inc., a leading identity management solutions provider in the United States, for a total cash amount of $1.09 billion ($12 per share), which was originally announced in the press release on September 20, 2010. Following this transaction, Safran becomes the world leader in biometric identity solutions.[/size]



[size="3"]L-1’s businesses (biometric and identity management solutions: access control, secure credentialing and enrollment services) ...[/size]



[size="3"]L-1 will join Safran’s existing security business, operating as Morpho, and will be renamed MorphoTrust. The new company will be partly managed as a proxy structure, thus providing appropriate protection for U.S. national security. ...[/size]

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[size="3"]Safran is a leading international high-technology group with three core businesses: Aerospace (propulsion and equipment), Defence and Security. Operating worldwide, the Safran group has more than 54,000 employees and generated sales of 10.8 billion euros in 2010. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets. ...[/size]



[size="3"]Morpho, a high-technology company in the Safran group, is one of the world’s leading suppliers of identification, detection and e-document solutions. Morpho is specialized in personal rights and flow management applications, in particular based on biometrics, a sector in which it is the world leader, as well as secure terminals and smart cards. Morpho’s integrated systems and equipment are deployed worldwide and contribute to the safety and security of transportation, data, people and countries.[/size]



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Here's how it links to India.

[url="http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/creating-an-eye-capturing-business/437688/"]Creating an eye-capturing business[/url] : BS (no pun intended), June 3, 2011



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Quote:By deploying the first proof of concept for the UID project, 4G Identity Solutions became the first company to introduce the iris biometric technology in India[/size]



[size="3"]It took 39-year-old Sreeni Tripuraneni, a well-trained vascular surgeon in the UK, just over two years to completely study the efficacy of the iris technology (the iris is the coloured part of the eye surrounding the pupil), the algorithms for which were patented by John Daugman, professor at the University of Cambridge, back in 1994.[/size]



[size="3"]Though Tripuraneni embraced the iris biometric technology for patient recognition in the UK a decade ago (in 2001), he now takes pride in the fact that his company – 4G Identity Solutions – is the first to have introduced it closer home by deploying the first proof of concept for the unique identification (UID) project in March 2010.[/size]

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[/size][size="3"]...[/size][size="3"]4G Identity Solutions (whose tagline says it all – ‘Authentic People, Unique IDs’), and became an exclusive licensee to US-based Iridian Technologies (to whom John Daugman sold his patent) for the Indian market.[/size]

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[size="3"]But why did the UID Authority choose the iris technology? The answer: “The iris is the only internal organ which we can see from outside, but we cannot touch it as it is behind the transparent cornea. Its growth in the mother's womb stabilises by the age of 12 weeks and it will not change after that throughout a human's life time. It is also very rich in features, having 256 different reference points (unique points to take samples), compared with finger prints that have 35 reference points. It is a fool-proof technology, much faster to deploy and can be used for real time identification.”[/size]



[size="3"]For enrollments to the UID or for other state government-run initiatives, 4G uses an iris recognition system complete with video camera to capture the sample and store it in a data base, which can be scanned through millions of samples to get an accurate identity.[/size]

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[size="3"]4G Identity Solutions is a big beneficiary of various state government initiatives and the Centre's UID project. ...[/size]



[size="3"]However, things will change when the UID project is completed and wound up, he says. Once the unique IDs are issued to all citizens, corporates too will get a piece of the action. The country will see more corporate applications of iris technology, especially in the banking, insurance and healthcare sectors for checking address proofs, identifying policy holders and the right nominees. “We will be tapping that sector. This business (iris technology) will grow to some thousands of crores of rupees in the next 10 years or so,” he predicts.[/size]

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[size="3"]“Iridian Technologies was acquired by US-based L1 Identity Solutions Inc, which was later bought by French conglomerate Safran Group's Sagem. ...

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