In my honest opinion, I think that the Chinese government has no right to block off the rights to social media and possibly the internet. The internet is how we all connect to each other, see friends, learn about the world, basically get smarter and more aware. If the Chinese government takes away the right to the internet, the literacy rate will drastically drop, and business will slow down. China won't be considered a world super-power anymore, and American companies will dominate the industry scene instead of Chinese owned businesses. To close, if there is no social media in China, China will face the consequences.
1. state-issued photo ids. provide them for free for those who can't afford them.
2. the system we have seems to be working nearly perfectly. seems like about 31 cases per billion votes cast
3. the national policy for hiring new employees which requires proof of eligibility to work. there are something like 20 types of identification which can be used for this.
if you have ask any question and if you have got the answer reply for your position there will be option for making a brain least answer you need to click click there and they can get the points in brain list main thing is that you need to choose those answer which answer you are you think that it is to you