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Last Updated: Tuesday 17th January, 2006, 16:53 GMT

Lords defeat for ID cards scheme
The government's ID cards scheme has suffered three defeats in the Lords. Peers voted to block the scheme until full costs were known, but ministers say its cost cannot be revealed as it will make it hard to get a good deal.


US believes Bin Laden still alive
US counter-terrorism ambassador Henry Crumpton has told the BBC that the al-Qaeda leader and his number two are believed to be in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border region.

Spychips make Orwell's Big Brother seem relatively harmless
Organizations that promote RFID, as well as government agencies such as the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security, want to implant an RFID tag on every item on earth.

 

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