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ID Cards Are de Rigueur Worldwide
"It's hard to find countries without ID cards," said Simon Davies, the director of Privacy International, which is based in England. "It's safe to say that the majority of countries have some kind of national identification system."
Civil liberties groups oppose national identification cards on the grounds that they substantially increase police power and facilitate information-sharing among government agencies.
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