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Playing the Identity Card
Surveillance, Security and Identification in Global Perspective
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Colin J. Bennett is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Victoria, Canada. His research has focused on the comparative analysis of surveillance technologies and privacy protection policies at the domestic and international levels. David Lyon is the Director of the Surveillance Project and Research Chair in Sociology at Queen's University, Canada. He has been working on surveillance issues since the 1980s, and has particular research interests in national ID cards, aviation security and surveillance and in promoting the cross-disciplinary and international study of surveillance.
List of contributors Preface and acknowledgements Part 1: Setting the Scene 1. Playing the ID card: Understanding the significance of identity Card Systems David Lyon and Colin Bennett 2. Governing by Identity Louise Amoore Part 2: Colonial Legacies 3. The elusive panopticon: The HANIS project and the politics of standards in South Africa Keith Breckenridge 4. China's second generation national Identity Card: Merging culture, industry, and technology for authentication, classification, and surveillance Cheryl L. Brown 5. Hong Kong's `smart' ID card: Designed to be out of control Graham Greenleaf 6. A tale of the colonial age, or the banner of new tyranny? National identification Card systems in Japan Midori Ogasawara 7. India's new ID card: Fuzzy logics, double meanings and ethnic ambiguities Taha Mehmood 8. Population ID card systems in the Middle East: The case of the UAE Zeinab Karake Shalhoub Part 3: Encountering Democratic Opposition 9. Separating the Sheep from the Goats: The United Kingdom's National Registration Program and social sorting in the pre-electronic era Scott Thompson 10. The United Kingdom identity Card scheme: Shifting motivations, static technologies David Wills 11. The politics of Australia's "Access Card" Dean Wilson 12. The INES biometric card and the politics of national identity assignment in France Laurent Laniel and Pierre Piazza 13. The US Real ID Act and the securitization of identity Kelly Gates 14. Toward a national ID card for Canada? External drivers and internal complexities Andrew Clement, Krista Boa, Simon Davis and Gus Hosein Part 4: Transnational Regimes 15. ICAO and the biometric RFID passport: History and analysis Jeffrey Stanton 16. Another piece of Europe in your pocket: The European Health Insurance Card Willem Maas