Tuesday, 30 December 2008

Crossposting at PapersPlease.org

I’m continuing to work with the Identity Project as a technical expert, policy analyst, and consultant on travel-related civil liberties and human rights issues. I’ve often posted pointers here to the Identity Project blog and Web site at www.PapersPlease.org , and will probably continue to do so occasionally. But I’d like to cut down on repetitive postings to both blogs.

So if you are interested in these issues, i encourage you to follow what’s happening on the PapersPlease.org blog. (Yes, there’s an RSS feed, as there is to this blog, if you prefer to follow it that way.) I’ve also added links in the sidebar of this blog (if you scroll down far enough) to the most recent articles from the IDP blog.

Link | Posted by Edward on Tuesday, 30 December 2008, 17:26 ( 5:26 PM)
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