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Monthly Archives: December 2004

Keesing Journal 5

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General interest: Ten new EU members, ten different passports Biometrics is here to stay ICAO: ICAO: setting standards for international civil aviation and MRDTs Innovation: Using...

Keesing Journal 6

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Practical experience: From passport printer to full service provider Design: Banknotes from a distance and up close State and legal: UK government proposals for a national...

Keesing Journal 7

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Practical experience: HKSAR ID documents from A to Z Malaysia is getting ready for its third generation passport Innovation: Enhanced security for chip-based ID cards ICAO: ...

Keesing Journal 8

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Cases analysed: U.S. progress in imptementing biometrics in passports and visas Beyond the numbers Testing three types of e-passports Innovation: A smart alternative One 10...

Keesing Journal 9

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ICAO: The ICAO PKI scheme- what's in it for me? General interest: Does privacy constrain security? Practical experience: Measuring security Recently launched: CAD banknote boasts new security...

Free Resource: Keesing’s State-Specific REAL ID At-a-Glance Guide

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REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses and ID cards are now the real deal in the United States. If it’s your job to check the driver’s...

Eastern Caribbean States’ New $50 Commemorative Note

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The Caribbean state of Grenada will soon celebrate the 50th anniversary of its independence from Britain with a new $50 commemorative banknote that depicts...

Kenya Kicks Off Digital Identity Pilot Program [Update]

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Update: Just a month after Kenya launched the rollout its new digital identity pilot program in November 2023, the country’s High Court ordered the process...

Pre-2021 Liberian Banknotes No Longer Legal Tender by 3/31/24

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All Liberian banknotes dated before 2021 will cease to be legal tender on March 31, 2021, according to the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL). The...

Coming Soon: 100 and 200-Krone Updated Danish Banknotes

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The Danmarks Nationalbank continues to update its 2009 Series of banknotes. The first of the upgraded banknotes, called the 2009A Series, was the new...