10,000 Fake British Passports in One Year
This is the kind of thing that demonstrates why attempts to make passports harder to forge are not the right way to spend security dollars. These aren't fake passports; they're real ones mis-issued. They have RFID chips and any other anti-counterfeiting measure the British government includes.
The weak link in identity documents is the issuance procedures, not the documents themselves.
Posted on March 26, 2007 at 6:46 AM • 36 Comments