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Dutch government makes site to ‘block’ stolen passport
The Dutch government is working on a site under the name HideID to invalidate. Stolen passport or identity card If someone his passport on the site log as “stolen” that comes in international registries to assist with stolen passports.
E-passport This government wants to abuse of stolen passports counteract writes Minister Ivo Opstelten of Security and Justice in a letter to parliament. HideID will work through Mijn.overheid.nl, the Internet portal of the government. Now anyone can sign up as his passport already stolen, but not this way. Logging on to the service for reporting stolen passports will probably work through DigiD.
Besides HideID comes a site called CheckID, which anyone can check whether a passport or identity card is valid. These will include stolen passports to assist people who have signed up through HideID. The Ministry of Opstelten working this year on the design and making of both services. When they should be precise online the minister does not mention. There is already a Central Registration and information desk, identity fraud and errors, a government that keeps track of the stolen passports are specified. The CMI is also likely to manage the new services.Viewing:-182
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