I see right through you.
ID authentication is reasonable, but it would be good if they can implement a net-ID type thing, where you log on with a username/password (maybe a government operated service), and your photo, and such immediately pops up. It may help with people who are using the facility in an emergency. I don't know about cameras, I'd really prefer not to have them, but I can live with them. I certainly don't want Keyloggers. Even if I am using a public service, I still have the right to privacy over my own data that I use, and the right to remove all traces of my presence from that system when I leave.