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15 states sharing drivers' license and ID photos with CIA for "terrorism" database

That biometric photo of yours, "voluntarily" submitted to obtain a drivers' license or ID? It's in the early stages of being used by both government and private sector to track your every move. Below is an article with regard to the CIA collecting info from state DMVs to populate its terrorist watchlists:

http://privacysos.org/node/1481

The state of Massachusetts is one of fifteen states sharing drivers' license images and data with federal agencies including the CIA and Department of Defense, a newly disclosed federal government document shows.

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The story shows that the US government is conducting intensive efforts to fill its discriminatory databases with face prints, iris scans, finger prints, and other biometric data. If the government alleges you are a terrorist, even if you have no connection to terrorism and the feds have no evidence to suggest you are, it is likely also trying to compile a digital dossier of your unique biological identifiers.

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Those fifteen states (including DC) are:

Arizona, Texas, New York, Maryland, Delaware, Washington DC, Florida, California, Virginia, Oregon, Massachusetts, Nevade, Georgia, Colorado, Washington, and Rhode Island.

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Makes Oklahoma look better, and New Hampshire too

unless we Floridians show some 'common sense' and vote Wyllie in.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
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I've been considering moving to Oklahoma

I also considered NH since I currently live in MA. New Hampshire has it's strong points. It also has extremely high property taxes, and getting a beater car to pass inspection is next to impossible. The police are brutal...lots of road blocks and airplanes/surveillance cameras watching the highways. Pot possession is still a criminal offense. But it's still better than MA. At least for now.

“Don’t be in a hurry to condemn because he doesn’t do what you do or think as you think or as fast. There was a time when you didn’t know what you know today.” -Malcolm X

Who cares...

come get us you cowards of privy and secrecy...the heartless hide.

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You will likely eat those words some day

They are fascists preparing for the full blown takeover. If the people do not dump the current ID structure in lieu of a better way they are going to make life a living hell for each individual. Death by a thousand paper cuts with surgical removal of whole networks of people.

Continued use of their slave ID is the single biggest fail of everyone in America. Most do not realize how they will use such a weapon. Imagine getting pulled over one day and you are arrested and taken directly to jail because you are an 'escaped fugitive from justice' all while you never had a trial or have any knowledge of being accused of anything.

The NWO goal is to just enter any piece of information needed into a database to screw up your life and their brainwashed minions simply follow the orders on their computer screens to remove you. Couple that with further compartmentalization of prisoner processing and wahlah you have the recipe for removal of all dissidents by the brain dead compartmentalized society of automatons.

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It's codified...

in the USC as 18 USC 2721. Under part b, government agencies are supposed to be given access.

uscode.house.gov

See What the government is Spending?
http://www.amazon.com/What-Government-Spending-A-Citizen-ebo...

Modifying U.S. code to get around the constitution is common

Under the Bill of Rights, which is supposed to trump any BS legal code, that data shouldn't be gathered at all. Of course, modifying code, which is supposed to apply to commercial entities, as a means of subverting the constitution with regard to the rights of individual human beings, is an every-day practice in this country.

If you do not understand the implications of this posting(and even if you do), you should read this topic:

http://www.dailypaul.com/324327/missouri-is-illegally-comply...

It specifically covers what is going on in Missouri, and gives a general outline of what is going on in the rest of the U.S. as well. REAL ID compliance is illegal in about half of all U.S. states. ALL of them are complying, and the only state that allows for any kind of opt-out is New Hampshire, although I do not know the full extent of its opt-out provisions(you can prevent public safety in NH from retaining the photo, but does this mean that none is retained, or is a digital copy still retained for DHS?).

Anonymity is a requirement to be able to have most of the rights outlined within the bill of rights, and we are being systematically stripped of it for government and commercial gain.

I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws our country. ~Thomas Jefferson

I think you misunderstood me...

I wasn't posting support for this at all. I was posting the information on where to find it. I read the US code all the time, and one thing I can truly say is, that it is sometimes disturbing. UnConstitutional Laws need to be found in the US Code and brought to light as just that. You can't fight an information war without the information.

See What the government is Spending?
http://www.amazon.com/What-Government-Spending-A-Citizen-ebo...

I got it...

I didn't say you were, but I was clarifying the significance of US Code vs the Constitution for any casual lurkers who may have seen the post.

I appreciate that you posted that, as I didn't know that particular part of the USC governed these practices. I do know the Drivers Privacy Protection Act is like the HIPPA law for DMVs; it doesn't restrict your information from being sent, but codifies what is "legal"(as opposed to constitutional or lawful) for the DMVs to send out. It does little for privacy, in actuality, and I suspect governs that part of the US Code you provided a reference to.

I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws our country. ~Thomas Jefferson

Oh ok...

I'm glad we are on the same page.

See What the government is Spending?
http://www.amazon.com/What-Government-Spending-A-Citizen-ebo...

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your facescan changes when your glasses do.

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1 big disadvantage

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If we deny truth before your very eyes,then the rest of what we have to say,is of little consequence

We need some local activism

Thanks for posting.

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