Aug 272013
 August 27, 2013  Featured News, Laws, Surveillance

California’s legislature is considering a bill to authorize adding radio tracking beacons to drivers licenses and state non-driver ID cards.

Each such card would broadcast a unique tracking number which could legally be intercepted by anyone with a suitable radio transceiver within range, and which would be linked to a national DHS database of drivers license, state ID card, and citizenship information.

The tracking beacons are designed to allow the tracking numbers on ID cards carried by travelers in motor vehicles to be read from outside their vehicles as they approach or pass through checkpoints.

Read more on Papers, Please!

Another step in our march towards a national ID and total surveillance state, it seems.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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