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>REDUX: NSTIC run by Banking Industry, Real ID news and Big Data v. Privacy

05/01/2011

>This one goes to Hawaii for all of the exhaustive inquiry into identity articles.

c/o Honolulu Star Adviser.com

Question: Regarding the Department of Homeland Security giving states until January 2013 to comply with the REAL ID Act (Kokua Line, April 21): Does any Hawaii license issued so far comply? I got my driver’s license in March, but I can’t tell the new one from the old one. (Combination of two questions.)

Answer: No Hawaii driver’s license or state ID card is fully compliant with security features required under the REAL ID Act, according to the city Motor Vehicles & Licensing Division and state ID Office.

Under the Department of Homeland Security’s REAL ID mark guidelines, a fully compliant card will feature a gold circle with a star cut out to reveal the background. That mark will be placed on the front top third of the license or ID.

Here is second life for news that matters:

Banks to Lead U.S. Online ID Strategy

White House cyber czar: “Trusted Identities program is a secure “ecosystem”, not a national ID card”

The New York Yankees and DSLReports.com responsible for 30,000 more data loss victims

Why Voter ID Laws Are Not The Answer 

Who else is tracking your location?

Data Privacy Put to the Test in a Supreme Court Case

Zero Privacy, Big Data, Oxygen Deprived Birthers

AND JUST IN CASE YOU’VE BEEN IN A COMA…
Former Miss USA, Susie Castello alleges sexual assault by TSA

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