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From page 46...
... Thus the committee believes that proponents of a nationwide identity system should be required to present a very compelling case addressing these issues and that they should solicit input from a broad range of stakeholder communities.2 The committee's own discussion of a nation~For an example of how this might work, consider the public-review cycle for the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) ; see , managed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
From page 47...
... Care must be taken to completely explore the ramifications of any nationwide identity system not only because of the significant policy concerns and technological challenges but also because after-the-fact coststhe result of revoking, correcting, or redesigning after broad deployment would be enormous. Moreover, analysts must give serious consideration to the idea that given the broad range of potential uses, security requirements, and privacy needs that might be contemplatedno single nationwide identity system is likely to meet the varied demands of all potential users.
From page 49...
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