means of identification

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'All students and members of staff should be able to produce a means of identification if and when accosted by security staff.
This category is only applicable in exceptional cases where no natural person is identifiable who ultimately owns or exerts control over the corporation, the reporting corporation having exhausted all reasonable means of identification and provided there are no grounds for suspicion' (Section 2.1).
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a Decree "On some measures on the improvement of the access of natural and legal persons to e-services" aimed at streamlining and ensuring transparency of work of state registers, development of modern electronic means of identification and introduction of electronic state services which are priorities for citizens and businesses.
It lists several prevention measures, including: detainee registration, ensuring means of identification, and the establishment of national information bureaux, "to exchange information on detainees and civilians belonging to an adverse party, to transmit information to that party...and to open enquiries regarding these persons".
The scientists were then able to compare those to the DNA of Kominski and Eddowes' living descendants as a means of identification.
We could continue linking the information collected at different points in life at birth, allocation of Huduma Namba, during school enrolment, application for a passport, registering a business, paying tax, opening a bank account, hospital admission, retail loyalty cards, insurance and mobile phone number.In the United States and Canada, the Social Security and Social Insurance Numbers (SSN and SIN), respectively, are widely used as a means of identification and, despite their low integrity, provide a basis for data interchange and matching.
"I think this is a fabulous judgment," said lawyer Kapil Sibal, a member of the Congress party, who had argued in court against the sweeping use of Aadhaar as a means of identification. "It takes care of citizens' rights and it ensures we don't have a surveillance state in place, it ensures that our privacy is not intruded into, and at the same time, it protects the rights of the marginalised."
In cases involving means of identification, a victim is further defined as "any individual whose means of identification was used unlawfully or without authority."
Addressing a News conference in Parliament House yesterday, the Minority Leader and Member of Parliament for Tamale South, Haruna Iddrissu, indicated that the issue concerning the Voter ID Card as a means of identification in the ongoing Ghana Card issuance process remains unresolved.
Another Nigerian was charged in an indictment filed on May 17 in the District of Massachusetts with two counts of unlawful possession of a means of identification as part of a larger fraud scheme.
"Heraldry as a means of identification has flourished in Europe for almost nine hundred years and is associated with both individual people and great corporate bodies such as Cities, Universities and for instance the Livery Companies in the City of London.
The benefits are simplification and ease of use with a reduction in the number of means of identification, increased Internet security, and better protection for minors.