18 Responses to India launches nationwide program for new cashless biometeric system

  1. nickk0 says:

    Welcome to The End. Of personal Freedom.

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  2. Margaret says:

    If they can do it to a population that size, it won’t be long before they try to force this down our throats too.

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  3. The mark of the beast, required to buy and sell, comes to mind…. 😦

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  4. yves says:

    it’s done .. after they got your face and eye they put this in the computer and can find you true 10,000 webcam around the city in 5 minute ….

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  5. Lisa says:

    Uh can we say “Mark of the Beast” … Margaret is right if they can do it with the billions over there we are not far behind. I have always wondered how they would try to implement it but there it is right in our face.

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  6. Paul Demorest says:

    I sure hope resisting this offers a form of solace at the end of my days…

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  7. bryan says:

    those of you who are complaining, you have already been taken over without realising it!
    every electronic transaction, every mobile phone whether switched on or off, every phone call,
    every time you buy something, its all traceable and with all this information available to the
    latest and fastest computers, they already can find mr average joe with just a little effort,
    so don’t live in a world of illusion, your privacy disappeared ages ago!!

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  8. Lucie Sinclair says:

    This does bring to mind ” the mark of the Beast ” as everyone mention here, but it also gives me pause over the very real possibilities of abuse from Hackers ( many governments claim security measures that stop this, but we know different ) and what happened to a society that puts all its chips in one bag , solar interference with grids or worse, a complete meltdown, what then?
    DNA ? 😛

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  9. tim says:

    Who said those who willingly forfeit freedom for security deserve neither freedom or security? Was it Benjamin Franklin?

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  10. Emanni says:

    Four months later

    World’s biggest biometric ID scheme forges ahead
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-16979875

    The world’s largest biometric identity exercise, which is taking place in India, is well on its way to reaching its target of half the country’s population, reports the BBC’s Sanjoy Majumder.

    Jahangirpuri is one of the biggest slums in the Indian capital, Delhi, home mostly to rubbish pickers and daily wage labourers.

    Today many of them are lined up outside a tiny, single-room office, waiting patiently.

    As each one of them goes inside, two young men and women enter their details into a computer before they are photographed and their fingerprints and iris are scanned.

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  11. Joseph t. Repas says:

    and when people are poor they will grasp at anything to survive. This is why the governments want plenty of poor people. It is so easy to control poor people, they will literally eat out of your hand and you can then impliment any programs you want them to obey, the governments will claim that they are doing this with the poor people because it will help the poor because they will be known by the government but I believe it is simply because the poor will volunteer more easily for this in order to gain a day’s food. then the door is open for the others to get something and compromise their souls for the advancement of society by a world leader.

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  12. Emanni says:

    Looking Back One Year Ago Today

    Dept. of Food and Civil Supplies to begin issuing biometric ration cards in India, shortly after bogus cards discovered
    http://www.biometricupdate.com/201301/dept-of-food-and-civil-supplies-to-begin-issuing-biometric-ration-cards-in-india-shortly-after-150-bogus-cards-discovered/

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