Latest Romanian identity card Stories

2011-01-23 08:20:00

Mexico will become the first country to using start iris scans for identity cards on Monday. "The legal, technical and financial conditions are ready to start the process of issuing this identity document," Felipe Zamora, responsible for legal affairs at the Mexican Interior Ministry, told journalists Thursday. Zamora said that the documents will be 99 percent reliable.  They will include an eye's image as well as fingerprints, a photo and signature. Critics like the National Human...

2009-04-27 07:00:00

PARIS, April 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Monaco principality announced the implementation of the electronic national Identity card. It is the first electronic national identity card issue and compliant with the European standards ICAO-EAC[1] and IAS-ECC[2]. Oberthur Technologies developed for Monaco, a turnkey solution with enrolment and personalization, as well as an issuance system of the electronic document to the citizen. So since March 30th each Monegasque citizen thanks...

2006-04-26 02:39:07

By Michelle Nichols CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister John Howard unveiled plans on Wednesday to introduce a national health and welfare access card after the government decided against creating a compulsory full-scale identity card. Howard said the card would replace 17 existing cards and save the government at least A$3 billion ($2.2 billion) annually, as well as reducing fraud by incorporating security features including a biometric photograph. It will not carry...

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