Dec 062011
 
 December 6, 2011  Laws, Surveillance

A state lawmaker from Sioux Falls says that information taken from citizens when they get their driver’s licenses could allow the federal government to track people for nefarious purposes, raising privacy concerns.

Republican Rep. Lora Hubbel is so worried about the issue that she is drafting a bill for the legislative session that begins in January to prevent certain driver’s license data from being shared outside South Dakota’s borders. Her biggest problem is with the high-resolution photo taken for the actual driver’s license card.

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