Richard Haddock, LaserCard CEO
the standpoint of civil liberties, our card is the best choice.
Because of the high data capacity, you can store all the citizen's
ID; their demographic, whatever sort of biometric you want, from
color coded graph, finger prints, voice prints, iris scans -
on the card that they carry. It's not necessary to be stored
in a central data base to be on tap to anyone who wants it....you're
giving the power of privacy to the person who wants it.
Cramer: ...you got it right here. This could do it. It
could be what we could use, for INS, for nationwide.