Biometric Passports and Personal Data

November 4, 2016 5:31 pm Published by





Biometric Passports and Personal Data… freedom… privacy… freedom of choice, good bye.

Time for Humans to make a gigantic effort, shake off the cellphone and laziness; the All Seeing Eye has produced so many electronic babies than no one can escape! We wonder what kind of a conversation YHWH would have with Moses in 2016?

in France,

the French government had decided to implement ‘the most important database in French history, at first signaled by the website Neximpact, this statuorylaw authorizes the creation of TES, regrouping the biometric data of all passport and ID cards owners, thus, 60 millions people… ‘the true question is, said Jean-Jacques Urvoas, ‘ should we truly accept a society in which documents are fully unforgeable? some of our grand-parents are still alive today because they were able to forge their IDs during WWII’, a reference to the Vichy regime.”

par un décret, qui aurait pu passer inaperçu, publié sans annonce préalable au Journal officiel du 30 octobre, en plein pont de la Toussaint, que le gouvernement a décidé de créer le plus important fichier de l’histoire de France. Repéré dans un premier temps par le site Nextinpact, ce texte autorise la création du fichier des « titres électroniques sécurisés » (TES) regroupant les données biométriques de l’ensemble des détenteurs de passeport et de carte d’identité, soit, à terme, près de 60 millions de personnes.

la vraie question que l’on devrait se poser est : faut-il réellement accepter une société où les documents sont réellement infalsifiables ? Certains de nos grands-parents sont aujourd’hui encore en vie parce qu’ils ont pu falsifier leurs documents d’identité durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. » Une allusion au régime de Vichy qui devrait rappeler des souvenirs à Jean-Jacques Urvoas.

nextimpact: Le gouvernement a donné naissance ce week-end (Halloween treat!) au fichier des « Titres électroniques sécurisés » (TES) “over the week end (note of author: Halloween treat), the government has created the database TES, secure electronic titles”.

as soon as the biometric passports were introduced, there is not escape to this type of databanks.

UB biometric passports (Wiki)

“The electronic chip in the back cover of a U.S. passport stores an image of the photograph of the passport holder, passport data, and personal data of the passport holder; and has capacity to store additional data.[27] The capacity of the Radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip is 64 kilobytes, which is large enough to store additional biometric identifiers in the future, such as fingerprints and iris scans.

Data in a passport chip is scannable by electronic readers, a capability which is intended to speed up immigration processing. A passport does not have to be plugged into a reader in order for the data to be read. Like toll-road chips, data in passport chips can be read when passport chips are proximate to readers. The passport cover contains a radio-frequency shield, so the cover must be opened for the data to be read.

According to the Department of State, the Basic Access Control (BAC) security protocol prevents access to that data unless the printed information within the passport is also known or can be guessed.[246]

According to privacy advocates, the BAC and the shielded cover are ineffective when a passport is open, and a passport may have to be opened for inspection in a public place such as a hotel, a bank, or an Internet cafe. An open passport is subject to unwelcome reading of chip data, such as by a government agent who is tracking a passport holder’s movements or by a criminal who is intending identity theft.[



DNA, BLOOD DATABANKS: does this bother you? how much do you trust?

born in the US, hospitalized, filed for insurance? do you know that the government probably have a sample of your blood and DNA?

“Newborn babies in the United States are routinely screened for a panel of genetic diseases. Since the testing is mandated by the government, it’s often done without the parents’ consent, according to Brad Therrell, director of the National Newborn Screening & Genetics Resource Center. In many states, such as Florida, where Isabel was born, babies’ DNA is stored indefinitely, according to the resource center.”

European society of human genetics:



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