Re: Privacy, fare well. Hope we will see you again
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> On Thu, 05 Jan 2006 19:25:12 +0100
> Tollef Fog Heen <email@example.com> wrote:
> > * Jonas Smedegaard
> > | ...and instead you are required to always - even inside your own
> > | country - to carry photo ID, due to the Schengen treaty. So in
> > | reality you now need to carry government issued ID papers always.
> > Only in some countries, not in Norway, for instance.
> Oh - didn't know that.
> You have mountains too. And you invented the paperclip and the cheese
> cutter (or however it is expressed in english). Now that I've grown
> tired of playing with Lego my country has not a lot to offer :-P
Not even hakkeböf, "en lille en" and red hot-dogs? Oh well :-)
I think even the scandinavian countries has some cooperation on the demand
for proper identification as well - being a norwegian, you don't need a
norwegian passport to travel to e.g. Sweden and vice versa.
Bjørn Ove Grøtan