Race relations across European states are usually far from ideal. However in law, European countries appear to grant Europeans ideal protections against discrimination.
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The evolution of information technology is likely to result in intimate interdependence between humans and technology. This fusion has been characterized in popular science ction as chip implantation.
Proposals for identity (ID) cards have provoked public outrage and political division in several countries. In this paper Simon Davies analyses the key elements of public opposition to ID Card schemes, and pro les the massive 1987 Australian campaign against a national ID card.
The explosion of telecommunications services has improved the ability for human rights groups to disseminate information worldwide.