World Chaos & jerusalemonline -The Population Authority reports that 10,000 Israelis – 300 people a day – have applied for a smart ID or passport, as part of the biometric data base pilot. The biometric data base pilot began a month ago – and the Israeli Interior Office is reporting great demand: 10,000 Israelis – around 300 people per day – have applied for a biometric passport or ID. Interior Minister Gideon Saar is pleased: “The data recorded point to the public’s confidence in the move”.
Over the last month, the population and immigration offices have gradually begun issuing the smart ID’s, with 14 offices participating so far. The Interior Office claims that over the next few weeks all 28 offices in the country will join the pilot.
Interior Minister Gideon Saar welcomed the large number of people applying: “the data recorded so far points to the public’s confidence in the move and the understanding that protecting individual security and on par with the rest of the world in terms of progress, is necessary”
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The Interior Office stress that “the biometric documentation is a solution to the identification forgeries and identity thefts, which have been common occurrences in the last few years”, however there are experts in the field that warn against the possibility of the data base being hacked, information being leaked and of abuse by the law authorities.
In response to these claims, the Interior Office claim that over 130,000 people report lose of ID’s each year, and stress that “the biometric data base is run on an independent closed network and is not accessible from other networks. Securing the data base, physically and in the cyber aspect, is guided by the general security service, and is done at a high level, matching that of the security of biometric data bases around the world.”