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Passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act enacted the 9/11 Commission's recommendation that the Federal Government “set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver's licenses.” The Act established minimum security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for official purposes licenses and identification cards from states that do not meet these standards. States have made considerable progress in meeting this key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission and every state has a more secure driver's license today than before the passage of the Act.

More here at the Department of Homeland Security https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-public-faqs

What Is the REAL ID Act?
Formulated in the wake of September 11 and passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act was passed to “set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver’s licenses.”
The act established minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards, and it prohibits federal agencies from accepting licenses and identification cards from states that do not meet these standards for official purposes.
It was aimed at eliminating airline terrorism by increasing requirements to obtain documents granting access to domestic planes.
State agencies like the Department of Motor Vehicles require more paperwork regarding proof of residency and Social Security Number when issuing licenses and identification cards under the new act.
In addition, the cards themselves will also be built using new technology, making them much more difficult to forge.
It has taken the federal government nearly 15 years to implement the act fully — a gradual process that has been met by some confusion as each state has a different status. However, all states will need to be in compliance by October 1, 2020.
What Does a REAL ID Look Like?
In most states, there is a gold or black star on the front of the license that will signify compliance. If you see this, then you’re good to go.
However, to make it more confusing, a few states have issued compliant IDs without a star (Hawaii, Ohio, Tennessee, and Utah). So it’s best to confirm with your state if you don’t see a star.
An easy way to know your card is not compliant is if it says “Not for Federal Identification” or “Federal Limits Apply.”

https://upgradedpoints.com/real-id-act

While the REAL ID technology is not known to scan your face but just picture it, its introduction to the US is almost matching with the timing of the facial scanning boom that we are currently experiencing. Facial recognition is one of the leading selling features of Apple’s most expensive cell phone. Facial recognition will be used by marketers too. Also, just a few weeks ago Washington Post quoted a report from the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown University’s law school suggesting DHS might be prone to legal battles because if their face scanning practices.
According to the report mentioned by Washington Post, DHS should not be scanning the faces of Americans as they depart on international flights, but DHS has been doing it anyway. Washington Post quoted Jennifer Gabris, a CPB spokesperson, saying that “the agency takes its privacy obligations seriously, and that U.S. citizens can currently opt out of the facial scanning process”.
Passport-like REAL ID technology is being implemented in the some of the largest states, and in less than three years a REAL ID-compliant form of identification will be compulsory even for domestic air travel. Do you think the next step will be a mandatory face scanning? Are we entering a new era of surveillance and is the outdated SSN credential going to be replaced by REAL ID? Is the US government preparing to create a one-for-all database by launching services such as https://login.gov/? No one knows for sure. What we see is that the government agencies are collecting all sorts of data that one day may leak; be merged into one; or shared with third parties for monetary gain.
Regulating the information will be challenging and keeping so much sensitive data under one roof would put enormous pressure on government agencies. Government databases will be a target not only for hackers but also for foreign states. Protecting your personal information has never been more critical as leaks containing sensitive data of millions of people are not uncommon these days.

https://www.pandasecurity.com/mediacente...cognition/





Congress enacted the Real ID act in 2005, saying it would make the nation safer from future terrorist attacks. The federal government claims Real ID would be tamper-proof and that it would make the nation more secure.
These cards will serve as more than a driver’s license, they will be ID proof acceptable nationwide because they will be based on uniform, and extensive, ID standards including an implant of an electronic device loaded with personal data.
According to testimony given before a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) does not have an accurate estimate of how much it will cost states to meet the federal mandate requiring them to issue new driver’s licenses and identification cards. States must come into compliance by the end 2009.
DHS officials told Congress the department used “speculative” data provided by states to estimate that it would cost them about $4 billion to comply with the REAL ID law. However, an analysis done by the National Governor’s Association, the National Conference of State Legislatures, and the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators in 2006 estimated states would need to spend about $11 billion over five years.
Beyond the huge cost of Real ID compliance, the issue boils down to our individual right to privacy weighed against government right to require and have information about us to protect our security. Critics say the act intrudes on individual liberties, tramples states rights and won’t improve security.
Critics such as David Corr, chair of the Bibb County Libertarian Party, said Real ID would create a national ID and could lead to government mischief.
“This bill will require a data base, each state has to have a data base which is linked and must be shared under the federal law with other states, and we think the potential for abuse is great,” Corr said. “We think the potential for abuse is great. We think the government ultimately will use this to basically spy on citizens.”

http://www.newworldorderinfo.com/war-on-...-concerns/

This real id thing looks like more command and control from the government to me. They can track you with it, they can decide whether you get to have a drivers license or not. How vulnerable is this database? Not only that they have facial recognition technology, and your picture is going to come up with real id.
I think this is just another way to control the citizens and this is a new world order, world type government id. -S
Although evil, it sure would eliminate welfare fraud and seriously curtail the illegals leeching off of our system. Properly implemented and enforced, we would no longer even need Trump's border wall. But again, it surely is a double-edged sword with unfathomable potential for abuse by power-hungry global control freaks. This would be the precursor to the Mark of the Beast, IMHO.
(02-21-2019, 07:48 AM)Kadosh Wrote: [ -> ]Although evil, it sure would eliminate welfare fraud and seriously curtail the illegals leeching off of our system. Properly implemented and enforced, we would no longer even need Trump's border wall. But again, it surely is a double-edged sword with unfathomable potential for abuse by power-hungry global control freaks. This would be the precursor to the Mark of the Beast, IMHO.

IMO, this is why all this fraud and illegal shit was 'allowed' to evolve like the nightmarishly long and drawn out FF that it is...\

Annnnd @Fritzy Ritz...what we were just yakking about recently...
Hahaha. As a pussy Australian they were going to do that on Licenses which eventually it became. !but!! We now have a TFN, tax file number.
Mine is, F.cKu101




What I don't like is their facial recognition technology, what are they going to use this for?

I wonder if it was developed at Facebook, maybe thats what Facebook is all about, a big facial recognition database.
It makes no difference who is in office ! ; the "NWO" agenda will continue . The militarized morons " The Police " Have no idea whats coming their way . The fight for freedom will never die .

Freedom is in our DNA !! Freedom is a living legend
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q46xYqUwZQ
Then they are going to take that Real ID and assign you a social credit score like they do in China, where they decide what you get to participate in.





Oh look they are assigning this by 2020, same as real id, what a coincidence.
The Chinese state is setting up a vast ranking system system that will monitor the behaviour of its enormous population, and rank them all based on their “social credit.”
The “social credit system,” first announced in 2014, aims to reinforce the idea that “keeping trust is glorious and breaking trust is disgraceful,” according to a government document.
The program is due to be fully operational by 2020, but is being piloted for millions of people already. The scheme is mandatory.
At the moment the system is piecemeal – some are run by city councils, others are scored by private tech platforms which hold personal data.
Like private credit scores, a person’s social score can move up and down depending on their behaviour. The exact methodology is a secret – but examples infractions include bad driving, smoking in non-smoking zones, buying too many video games and posting fake news online.

1. Banning you from flying or getting the train.
2. Throttling your internet speeds.
3. Banning you (or your kids!) from the best schools.
and so on....

Read more... https://www.businessinsider.com.au/china...?r=US&IR=T

I bet they do this to us. -S
(02-21-2019, 10:28 AM)sivil Wrote: [ -> ]The Chinese state is setting up a vast ranking system system that will monitor the behaviour of its enormous population, and rank them all based on their “social credit.”
The “social credit system,” first announced in 2014, aims to reinforce the idea that “keeping trust is glorious and breaking trust is disgraceful,” according to a government document.
The program is due to be fully operational by 2020, but is being piloted for millions of people already. The scheme is mandatory.
At the moment the system is piecemeal – some are run by city councils, others are scored by private tech platforms which hold personal data.
Like private credit scores, a person’s social score can move up and down depending on their behaviour. The exact methodology is a secret – but examples infractions include bad driving, smoking in non-smoking zones, buying too many video games and posting fake news online.

1. Banning you from flying or getting the train.
2. Throttling your internet speeds.
3. Banning you (or your kids!) from the best schools.
and so on....

Read more... https://www.businessinsider.com.au/china...?r=US&IR=T

I bet they do this to us.  -S

It wont last if they do.
Well I hope not, thanks @Mmmkay_Ultra . It just seems like they will have a lot more control.
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