NZ: Comments Indicate Most Against Microchipping on cards for seniors

12 of those comments posted at the Herald site have been against this microchipping, while only 2 have been for it.

5:00AM Thursday May 10, 2007
By Claire Trevett @ nzherald

Legislation setting up a “Super Gold Card” for superannuitants will let the cards carry a microchip for easy scanning of personal information.

MPs worried about the possible misuse of the card and identity theft will make a determined attempt in Parliament today to remove the microchipping clause from the legislation, but the Government is expected to have enough support to pass it.

The Super Gold Card was a New Zealand First initiative, accepted by Labour, to provide senior citizens with access to discounts and benefits at various businesses or government services.
For the full story go to the NZHerald website.

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