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Argument: Identity cards would place personal information under more accountable government regulation

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  • Margaret Carlson. "The Case for a National ID Card". Time Magazine. January 14th, 2002 - "Yes, a tamperproof ID smacks of Big Brother and Nazis intoning 'Your papers, please,' but the Federal Government already holds a trove of data on each of us. And it's less likely to mess up or misuse it than the credit-card companies or the Internet fraudsters, who have just as much data if not more. (Two years ago, for a TIME article, I ordered dinner for 30 entirely online, and I am still plagued by vendors who know I like my wine French and my ham honey-baked.)"

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