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42. The Identity Cards Act 2006 allows for certain NIR information to be provided, with a person's consent, to an accredited organisation, for example a bank. This could be to confirm an ID cardholder's identity when opening a new account. This may include information such as their address, which is not shown on the face of the card. IPS will be responsible for accrediting all such organisations to ensure they and their staff do not misuse these services. IPS will also put in place rigorous security controls so that only accredited organisations can use such services and only in the way intended.

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