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UK.gov's long-awaited, lightweight biometrics strategy fails to impress

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Re: Maintaining public trust

No need to get public trust, the general public don't care.

We live in the age of unlightenment where schools don't teach children critical or lateral thinking because they don't want them thinking and questioning things, it's why they keep changing the education standards. Then there is the church of the celebrity and the self where people watch television just so they have something to talk about in their mundane rubbish pay job that they then use the wage to buy crap they don't need to satisfy something they feel is missing in their life, Most of this has been imported from America by way of the crap tv they peddle to their own kids. There are exceptions to the rule and there are people that eventually grow up and see the world for what it is but by then it's too late to make a difference.

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