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National Identification Card and Privacy Concerns

What is your position on the debate about national ID cards? What is privacy? What does it mean to have privacy? Is privacy achievable in our advanced state of technological development? Would national ID cards really make a difference in privacy one way or another?

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What is your position on the debate about national ID cards? What is privacy? What does it mean to have privacy? Is privacy achievable in our advanced state of technological development? Would national ID cards really make a difference in privacy one way or another?

What is your position on the debate about national ID cards? I'm in favor of national id cards because of several reasons, which I will outline. (1.) National ID cards would allow people to be identified as either a United States citizen or a non-United States citizen. (2.) It would be easier to flag a person wanted for illegal or terrorist activities. (3.) Airline boarding will be easier because of quicker screening with a universal identification card. (4.) Reduce the number of illegal financial activities because the identification card would have to be presented for each purchase. (5.) The identification cards could ...

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An examination of the term privacy and achieving privacy in the current society with technological advances daily. Where does privacy come into play with the National Identification Cards? Should National Identification Cards be utilized and issued? If so, there are pros and cons discussed with privacy concerns in mind.

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