Sep 022014
 September 2, 2014  Posted by  Misc

The Brattleboro Reformer posted this editorial that appeared in  The Kennebec Journal of Augusta (Maine) on Aug. 28:

If the federal government can’t get states to sign on to the Real ID law, it has only itself to blame.

All the darkest nightmares of privacy advocates who warned in the early 2000s of an Orwellian state in which everyone is under surveillance all the time have turned out to be true.

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  2 Responses to “National identity card a threat to our privacy”

  1. “I don’t want a unitary, unfakeable identity.”

    See more about Dan Geer’s keynote speech at Blackhat on Papers, Please!

  2. Edited your comment. You can put a url in the comment itself. 🙂

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