The federal government plans to improve the security of user IDs, such as driving licenses. Bob Artner of TechRepublic looks at the competing technologies and the concerns of civil libertarians.
By ZDNet Staff
| September 23, 2005 -- 00:08 GMT (17:08 PDT)
| Topic: Government : US
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