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New Zealand’s Ministry of Justice has confirmed to Independent that it is considering creating a system of access control for the use of biometric entries.
The Ministry of Health and Family Services (MHFS) has said that it would work with stakeholders to come up with a set of rules, and will have to finalise them before the end of the year.
Currently, the MHFS uses the New Zealand Civil Registration System (NCRS), which is the database that has been in place since 2005.
But the system is also used by the Ministry of Social Development (MDS) to manage the register of registered persons.
In addition, the Ministry also uses the National Insurance Registration Scheme (NIS) to track who is in the system.
As of October 2020, the NHSS had around 1.8 million registered persons, of whom over 2.5 million were New Zealand citizens.
With the launch of the new system in 2019, MHFS was asked to develop a system that would be as easy to use for the community.
“We have a large number of biometrics and we need to make sure that it’s as accessible as possible to the people that are going to use it,” said the NHBS spokesperson, Jennifer Young.
There are currently about 3.5 biometric identifiers, or fingerprint images, available to the public in New Zealand, according to Young.
They are used for a range of purposes, including the following:Identifying people to identify people for criminal investigations;