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Florida: DMV brokers drivers license after adopting Real ID laws
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Publish-date-icon December 2, 2010
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BTC - Florida's wintery grounds become heated over the DMV's handling of driver information.  The West Palm Beach Post reported the DMV had sold license records to 3rd party marketing firms, some including very private information, including Social Security Numbers.

According to Paul Henry with Floridians Against Real ID, this is the 2nd class action State based lawsuit against the DMV's mishandling of driver records.  The lawsuit is the first of it's kind since the Florida adopted State laws compliant with the Real ID Act.  Privacy and data brokerage concerns have been a strong argument against moving towards centralized ID card systems for Americans.

Mr. Henry updates us on legislative reform towards driver privacy, enlightens us on Florida's move to nullify the Real ID Act by invoking a classic 10th Amendment move.

 

 

 

 

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