Final regulations issued by the Department of Homeland Security have rendered the REAL ID Act, intended to strengthen processes for issuance of driver's licenses nationwide, virtually useless as a security measure, while exacerbating privacy problems, CDT concluded in a comprehensive analysis of the rules, which were issued last month. CDT is urging Congress to enact legislation addressing concerns about the privacy and security of information that will be stored on the new cards and in an electronic system used to link the states.
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Real ID rule the worst of both worlds
The CDT has branded regulations issued by the Department of Homeland Security relating to the Real ID act as the "worst of both worlds."