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The Uneasy Case for National ID Cards as a Means to Enhance Privacy

Securing Privacy in the Internet Age (A. Chander, L. Gelman, M.J. Radin, eds 2008)

28 Pages Posted: 23 Jan 2016  

A. Michael Froomkin

University of Miami - School of Law

Date Written: 2008

Abstract

A book chapter analyzing the debate regarding national ID cards. The chapter argues that an ID card regime is likely to contribute to the continued erosion of personal privacy.

Keywords: national identification cards, national ID cards, privacy law, personal privacy

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Froomkin, A. Michael, The Uneasy Case for National ID Cards as a Means to Enhance Privacy (2008). Securing Privacy in the Internet Age (A. Chander, L. Gelman, M.J. Radin, eds 2008). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2719008

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