ID system hacks expose the whole of South Korea to identity theft

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South Korean government now considering new ID system after flawed system exposes the nation's ID numbers

The South Korean government is considering a complete overhaul of its entire national identity system after the database holding people's identification details suffered repeated compromises - expo...

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