Keesing Journal 45



      • Chaos and perfection – Douwe Brongers


      • Advances in holography
        Full colour holography shows great potential  
        on high security document market

General interest:

      • Does money make you ill?
        The risks of living micro-organisms on banknotes

State & legal:

      • Civil registration in Bosnia and Herzegovina 
        New central register will form the basis for e-government 


      • Documented thoughts by Julian Ashbourn

Practical experience:

      • US Biometric and Identity Intelligence Programme 
        Part 2: Addressing anonymity on the battlefield through the use of forensics

General interest:

      • Wanted: look-alikes
        A case for representative specimen e-MRTDs 

Practical experience:

      • Transforming transportation with technology Expediting 
        and improving the passenger experience with automation technology

General interest:

      • The world is flat
        A collector of historical passports shares his knowledge 

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