The aim of this book is to analyze four dimensions of innovating government and the use of new technologies: legal, ethical, policy and technological dimensions. By joining authors from a diversity of backgrounds (law, ethics, public administration, political science, sociology, communications science, information science, and computer science) in one book, readers (academics, policy makers, legislators and others) are confronted with a variety of disciplinary perspectives on persistent themes, like privacy, biometrics, surveillance, e-democracy, electronic government, and identity management, that are central to todayas evolution of new modes of modern government.authorities collect the data for the production of e-passports, there is the temptation to also store this information in a database. ... Storing a template does not necessarily rule out the possibility of abuse by someone producing fake input to theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Simone van der Hof, Marga M. Groothuis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-04-20|