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16 June 2005
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Independent report – 16 June 2005 – France – Identification & Authentication/Justice and Home Affairs

Complete title:
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Rapport sur le projet de carte nationale d’identité électronique

 

Country/location:
France

 

Publication date:
16 June 2005

 

Document type:
Independent Report

 

Topic(s):
Identification & Authentication/Justice and Home Affairs

 

Author(s):
Internet Rights Forum (Forum des droits sur l’internet)

 

Description (short summary):
This report published on 16 June 2005 by the Internet Rights Forum – an advisory body bringing together 70 organisations from the public, private, and not-for profit sectors –raises concerns regarding the French e-ID card project and called for a review of the proposed scheme (known as ‘INES’). The report is based on the findings of a four-months national debate organised by the Forum on behalf of the French Government. The debate attracted considerable interest, with more than 3,000 contributions received online and over 600 people taking part in the 6 public meetings. Based on this consultation, the report says that the proposed e-ID card scheme “must be reviewed”. According to the report, citizens have asked for more guarantees to be provided regarding privacy, security, and the use of biometric data. In addition to discussing privacy and security issues, participants to the debate also raised concerns regarding costs and the government’s intention to make the cards mandatory. Less predictably, citizens have shown little interest regarding the possibility to securely access public or private online services with their e-ID cards.

 

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Original URL:
http://www.foruminternet.org/

 

Language(s) available:
FR

 

Number of pages (Original version):
45

 

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