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  • where necessary, a client is who they claim to be, they are eligible for a service they receive, and they are entitled to transact with e-Government services either on their own behalf or on behalf of another;

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These should be separated. For example, for many services, all I need is to prove I am a UK citizen, not that I am Ben Laurie.

Or they could change "and" to "or", though that would make the point less clearly.

Posted by Ben Laurie on 2007-02-14 14:26:39.
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...and also, that they don't ask any more information of a person than is strictly necessary for the enquiry in hand. For example, if your road pricing, taking an anonymous payment is sufficient. You dont have to know the reg #, ID number and DNA profile of the driver etc etc

Posted by William on 2007-02-14 15:21:57.
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so I think "where necessary and only where necessary" would cover it

Posted by William on 2007-02-14 15:23:00.
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