> redshift linux <info at redshift.nl> writes:
> > It's thanks to those phishing w at nk£rs that the (Dutch) government now
> > wants to require ID in internet cafes, and for prepaid phones.
> > Would you trust an internet cafe with a photocopy of your passport?
>> This is already law in Italy (and has been for a long time, IIRC).
>> The first place I went into turned me away when I wouldn't show them an ID.
> I was kinda stuck, so in the second place I offered them a business card and
> they pulled a face and accepted that.
>> So if going to Italy, if you want a shred of privacy, bring fake business
> cards and be prepared to shop around.
Why not just bring fake ID? I'm not sure if it's illegal or not, but I
can't imagine very much happening if you presented a student card from
the University of Dingle ( assuming of-course that there is no
university in Dingle ).
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