Personalized information – from a fraudster’s perspective, it is the personalized information on these documents that is the most interesting. It is this personal information they are looking to change. After all, the most valuable commodity, worldwide, is information.
With this information, terrorists can enter countries using a fake passport, organized crime can continue racketeering, human beings are trafficked against their will, and the list goes on.
Misuse of information aside, we also need to consider the civil rights aspect of securing personal information. In countries without the technology to provide a secure identity document, citizens lack access to the basic necessities, such as government services, social benefits, opening a bank account, the right to vote, even critical services many take for granted like health care and education. This is nothing new. These are scenarios we are all too familiar with.
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