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All across the globe, governments are embracing technology and e-government projects in the hope that these would bring about efficiencies and reduce corruption. But I am really not sure if this is happening in India.
The Sunday Times reported (on Sunday) that passports will be needed to register mobile phones, after which mobile users' details will be collated on a centralised government database.This would supposedly cut a loophole out of the upcoming Communications Data Bill, which the Home Office has proposed should include a centralised database of details of all communications, including phone, email, and web-surfing habits.
As noted in this report, there are about 150 government services in Singapore that are accessible via mobile devices like mobile phones and PDAs. Let's take a look at some of the services that are available to the mobile citizens of Singapore:SMS: Citizens can sign up at MyeCitizen portal to receive SMS alerts when their passports are about to expire and when their road taxes and library books are due.
Except when travelling...
RSA 2002: A deal between Microsoft and RSA will see mobile phones used to add extra security when authenticating Passport users
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