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Privacy International Interim Report. Mistaken Identity; Exploring the Relationship Between National Identity Cards and the Prevention of Terrorism, April 2004

Wang, Tova Andrea. (undated). The Century Foundation Homeland Security Project. The Debate Over a National Identification Card.


Office of the Special Envoy for Transnational Crimes (OSETC) Digest. “The National ID System.” January- March 2005.

Unpublished Work

Australian Privacy Foundation. A New ‘Australian Card’: The Costs Outweigh the Benefits: An Open Letter to Coalition MPs. (July 28, 2005)

Baviera, J. and Mendoza, A, Jr. Expanding and Enhancing the Usage of the Tax Identification Number (TIN). December 18, 2002


Executive Order No. 420. Requiring All Government Agencies and Government-Owned and-Controlled Corporations to Streamline and Harmonize their Identification (ID) Systems, and Authorizing for Such Purpose the Director-General, National Economic and Development Authority to Implement the Same and For Other Purposes.

Executive Order No. 420. Implementing Rules and Regulations.

Presidential Decree No. 278. Instituting a National Reference Card System and Creating Therefor the National Registration Coordinating Committee.

Administrative Order No. 308. Adoption of a National Computerized Identification Reference System.

This paper was principally prepared by Dir. Jean Encinas-Franco of the Governance Sector under the supervision of the SEPO Director General.


Web - Based Articles

Card Technology, 2001. “Going Global with National

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Demos. “Statement in Opposition to a Natonal Voter Identification Card.” http://www.demos.org/ pate337.cfm

Jones, Jennifer, 2001. “White House Nixes Controversial National I.D. Notion.” Infoworld. http:// www.infoworld.com/articles/hn/xml/01/09/27/ 010927hnnatlid.html

Scheeres, Julia, 2001. “ID Cards Are de Rigueur Worldwide,” wired news. http://www.wired.com/ news/conflict/0,2100,47073,00.html

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the SEPO and do not necessarily reflect those of the Senate, of its leadership, or of its individual members.

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