|State to Give Dutch Citizens Personal Websites|
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Fri, 31 Mar 2006 13:12:00 -0600
Dutch citizens will get a personalized Internet page giving them|
access to their records at public institutions and reminding them when
to renew important documents, the government said on Friday.
The aim is to let citizens and companies, which will also get pages,
A trial Personal Internet Page (PIP) project will start later this
The PIP will also remind citizens when to renew their travel documents
No date was given for when pages would be available to all.
"It is unclear when the Personal Internet Page will be fully
Several countries in Europe have put state, regional and local
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