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NO2ID restock coincides with e-Petition

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Cash'n'Carrion We're delighted to announce that the NO2ID t-shirt is back in stock as of right now - very timely given the group behind the campaigning apparel - NO2ID.net - has just launched its NO2ID e-Petition to be presented to Downing Street in time for the Queen's Speech.

Available now at Cash'n'CarrionAccording to NO2ID.net, this bit of e-lobbying is essential because: "The government seems to have decided that there is no room for any public debate and refuses to engage with serious - and growing - civil liberty and privacy concerns with the [ID card] scheme. The Home Office have not met once with civil liberties organisations yet say their concerns have been addressed, they avoid public meetings while briefing technology partners in private and they 'focus group' only those people that they know the scheme will affect the worst."

And while your down there putting your X on the e-Petition before it closes on 19 November, you'll need a shirt to suit. Cue the classic NO2ID in two schemes - on black, as seen here, or deployed on a a crisp summer white. Sizes range from small to XXL and women's fit small/medium/XL for a man-the-barricades £11.05 (£12.98 inc VAT).

What's more, Cash'n'Carrion reiterates its promise that details of every order taken will not be passed to the FBI or the Home Office, neither will they be recorded on a RFID tag and embedded into small children, nor will they be later found on an NHS secure server discarded in a skip. And you can't say fairer than that.

Buy the NO2ID shirt right here, right now. ®

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