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Submission + - 'Privacy baseline' for European eID cards

giles hogben writes: "This paper from the European Network and Information Security Agency looks at the roll-out of privacy features in electronic identity card technology over Europe. It includes numerous tables for easy comparison but doesn't make too much comment on the relative privacy-merits of different cards. Readers can draw their own conclusions though..."
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'Privacy baseline' for European eID cards

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