Cyber-security czar snubs ID plan

    Date09 Nov 2001
    CategoryGovernment
    3940
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    As technology companies promote the idea of a national identification card, the president's special adviser on cyber-security said on Wednesday the idea has little support within the Bush administration. Richard Clark said he couldn't name one official who supports the idea . . . As technology companies promote the idea of a national identification card, the president's special adviser on cyber-security said on Wednesday the idea has little support within the Bush administration. Richard Clark said he couldn't name one official who supports the idea as proposed, although conceding that the administration doesn't yet have a formal position on the concept.
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