July 16, 2014 Surveillance, U.S.
Jon Cassidy reports:
The Texas Department of Public Safety has quietly embarked on a project to take the fingerprints of every Texan old enough to drive over the next 12 years, and add them to a statewide criminal history database.
Not only has the department made that momentous decision on its own, it doesn’t even have clear legal authority to do so.
Read more on Watchdog.org.
Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.
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