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Identity and Tony Blair

Author: Mark Dixon
Monday, June 12, 2006
9:34 pm

James Governor responded to my announcment of the Whodentity list by saying “Your list needs some bad people – we’re only tracking the ‘goodies’. What about the privacy and identity blackhats – people like Tony Blair?”

I must admit that I hadn’t thought of listing government leaders who influence sensitive Identity issues, but I think James has a point.

Googling “‘tony blair’ identity” tonight produced a BBC article entitled “Blair defends identity card plan.” When Tony Blair or any influential political leader advocates a certain position on subjects of interest to the Identity industry, the development and deployment of technology and public policy will inevitably be affected.

Thanks, James for the insight.

By the way, I think Tony Blair is a good person – I just don’t agree with his position on the Identity Card plan.

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