14.11.12.V Russian prisons and areas in full swing, and the process of digital biometric prisoners also creates a single biometric registry of all sideltsev. On the eve of one of the new prison projects presented in the Murmansk region.
The administration of a penal colony № 24, located in Olenegorsk, first showed reporters own best practices: a system of remote monitoring of prisoners working in the so-called pin sites. It has a special instrument that allows to observe the working sideltsev directly from the colony.
Every two hours, the prisoner must put a finger to a distant overseer made sure: the man on the spot. Sentries and guards to replace the camera, and now the fingerprint reader. This writes the "Rossiyskaya Gazeta".
High technologies are being actively implemented in places not so remote, the whole of Russia. For example, in the Omsk region in the last year began to install the system in the colonies, to identify people by their faces. In addition, prisoners at the entrance test and fingerprint.
This year it became known about another innovation in Omsk: in a penal colony № 13 began to spend an evening roll call of prisoners in SKYPE. FPS also working on creating a unified electronic database of all the prisoners. Citizen Chief can instantly get information about any prisoner.
As you know, in the Russian regions also use electronic bracelets to monitor the movements of prisoners. Such an experiment to introduce electronic tracking devices was funded by the European Union, for the purchase of a trial lot of bracelets French-Israeli production in 2009 spent 500 thousand euros.
Russia has already conducted experiments on the creation of private institutions in the Russian sentence. The proposal back in 2010 made by a member of the Federation Council of Russia Yevgeny Tarle. "This (private prisons) is beneficial for the state, which spends huge amounts of money for the maintenance of prisoners," — said Evgeny Tarlo "Interfax". According to him, since private prisons in some countries have shown a good side, you need to learn from this experience.
"Contract many of the company and includes the prison, and the state is thus lower costs," — he stressed. As reported earlier, a similar view is expressed first deputy speaker of the Federation Council, a member of the Association of Lawyers of Russia Alexander Torshin.
As reported by the media, the experiment was reflected in his life — in a colony of prisoners not only identify, but also forced to subscribe to medical experiments under the guise of vaccinations. Incidentally, in the U.S., which leads the world in the number of prisoners, where the dollar prints a private entity and have private armies, private prisons is not a novelty. You are nothing like? Maybe this is a prototype of the future for humanity, which is currently being tested on prisoners?
By the way, in the Ukraine lawmakers gather all the information about citizens accumulate EDAPS private company, which will have unlimited power. As rightly said Nathan Rothschild, "Who owns the information, owns the world." By the way, in the "illusion of security", which was broadcast on "TSN Tyzhden" on channel "1 +1", and said: "Most of all for introducing new passports can bring EDAPS concern."
And not without reason youth organizations, recently picketed the presidential administration, demanding veto the law "On the Unified State Register of demographic," stood with placards: "EDAPS not choke," "Ship passport drawers", "In Europe, a well … ny (EDAPS)" "Everything will be EDAPS" "registration overcome chips installed," "every Ukrainian passport little factory", "Buy a database of all the (cheap)."
Activists argue that the new law entails huge corruption, huge financial costs of ordinary citizens, the risk of transmission of individual data of the population into the hands of unscrupulous people and criminals, according to "New Region". The action participants believe that this bill is not only ignores the rights of man, but is a giant in its audacity attempt to adopt the legislative level a huge corruption scheme at the expense of citizens.
On 9 November a round table discussion on "The introduction of biometric documents in Ukraine: the appropriateness, relevance and prospects." Was organized by the Public Council under the Ministry of Justice in cooperation with the Public Council under the State Service for Personal Data Protection in Ukraine.
The position of human rights, civil society, religious organizations, was unambiguous: The law in this edition take nel Gia. In this regard, the organizers of the round table — NGOs at the Ministry of Justice and the State Service for the protection of personal data — are going to make a formal appeal to the President to veto the law, according to the portal "Itogi.ua."
First deputy head of the State Service for the Protection of Personal Data Lily Oleksyuk at the round table, said: "We object on such enough volume collection of information that is not needed," — she said. Lily Oleksyuk noted that under international law biometric data should only be for-granpasportah, but not in the interior, as suggested by the Law on the Unified State Register of demographic.
"Biometrics collect all Ukrainian citizens in all documents — it will be a bit exaggerated, according to the Service for the Protection of personal data", — quotes "Law and Business."
According to "Kommersant", it was revealed that President Viktor Yanukovych has vetoed the amendments to the Law "On Protection of Personal Data", noting that the document infringes on the rights of citizens. Return of the law in parliament means that the visa liberalization action plan was again thwarted. Under the threat of a veto is the law of biometrics, the period for which the decision long past … It is known that the main reason for the amendment to the law became EU requirements.
The adoption of this document is one of the key conditions for the transition of Ukraine to the second stage of the Action Plan of visa liberalization (PDVL), the final aim of which — the abolition of visas for short-term travel of citizens of Ukraine to the EU.
"Meanwhile, the question remains about the second key document in the PDVL — the Law" On the Unified State Register of demographic and proof of citizenship and identity in Ukraine. "
This law provides for adoption of internal and biometric passport, certification of all Ukrainians in infancy, creating a national interagency database of all citizens, as well as several other resonant innovation. Its main provisions are triggered harsh criticism from civil society organizations, the Ombudsman, the Ministry of Justice and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
October 30 expired allotted period for acceptance of the Constitution of the President's decision to sign or veto the law on biometrics. However, in the Office of the President so far refrained from commenting on this document … But with the veto of the Law "On protection of personal data" can not be excluded that the same fate befall the Law "On the Unified State Register of demographic … '" — concluded " Kommersant ".
Feeling bezslavny approaching the end of his undertaking, Basil Hrytsak comes up more and more excuses. Thus, the Verkhovna Rada registered draft amendments to the law "On freedom of conscience and religious organizations", writes "Kommersant Ukraine." Its author Vasily Hrytsak proposes to allow citizens to refuse to produce biometric passports if it is contrary to their religious beliefs.
According to Gritsak such innovation will "preserve the right of every citizen to freedom of religion." "The State guarantees every person the right to refuse to produce such a document, or make the information on the chip. This right is realized by application to the relevant central executive authority "- the document says.
In the UOC's initiative was received with caution. "Yes, the law should be changed, because many Christians fear the strengthening of state control in the sphere of personal information, but to change the law" On Freedom of Conscience "… I think it is not necessary. This will lead to confusion, "- said the source of the Kiev Metropolia.
A similar view is shared by the head of the Parliamentary Committee on Science and Education Maxim Lutsk. "Of course, we must consider the requirements of believers and clearly defined procedure for waiver of biometric documents, but all this must be specified in any law. If you take away this perspective of multiple PDF files, there will be confusion and people just do not understand under what law they live "- believes Lutsk.
It seems that just pulls Hrytsak time and introduces confusion into the ranks of fighters with biometrics, under the guise of trying to persuade the President to sign the law, and the new parliament will take his bill "On freedom of conscience …" or not — that he does not care. All the more so Gritsak something in the new parliament will not.
A similar situation in Russia. The Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation responded to the letter from the Chairman of the Synodal Department for Church and Society Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin, on the plan to introduce the new identity document of a citizen of the Russian Federation, which will be a plastic card with a chip and which will contain all the information the citizen, said "patriarchal hiya.ru."
In his letter to the Minister of Father Vsevolod said that a draft law on the introduction of RF ordinary passports for the new generation to strengthen the voluntary assumption, and the possibility of all social benefits to persons who for whatever reason do not wish to accept the new generation passport.
The Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications assured that UEC may be obtained only at the request of the citizen. However, it adds, UEC since 1/1/2014, there will be issued to all citizens, not by application, to refuse to receive this card. "Consequently, obtaining UEC is not required and the card can be waived by submitting a statement," — said in a commentary Ministry.
Comment on the response of the Ministry of Communications' Russian folk line "asked the confessor of the Orthodox Cathedral of the intelligentsia, a board member of the St. Petersburg branch of the Union of Writers of Russia, Alexei Morozov, the priest:" We have repeatedly said that the introduction of electronic documents will result in implantation of chips in the human body …
Statements that can take these documents voluntarily, is a delusion to calm the public. The bottom line is that now it is necessary in any way to push the adoption of these laws, then to all the people in the electronic realm, to deprive the name, replacing it with the corresponding number. This gives complete control over man.
It is clear that conditions are created in which those who have not agreed to accept the ECE will simply pushed out of society. We already see what's going on dismantling the sovereignty of our state. No state government will run the country, and some businesses. People and have no chip, not be able to make real estate transactions, recurring payments, can not receive a salary, etc. Alternative methods of communication with the state does not provide for, look …
The only correct position to date — is to ensure that Russia refused to fulfill international agreements, which oblige all to electronic documents. Only by abandoning signed commitments, the Russian authorities will retain the possibility of self-government.
For today is the dismantling of state. In any case not be weakened intensity of the struggle against the adoption of e-cards, on the contrary, today it is necessary that the entire Russian people realized that the ECE — this is the entrance to the electronic concentration camp, and in fact, in the kingdom of Antichrist. All the promises of a pre-brovolnosti replacement procedure documents are false. "
Prepared by Yury Istomin
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