Those of you who follow this blog know that I’m extremely concerned about the privacy implications of the Real ID act.

MIT now has a blog on the subject.

Many people and organizations have sharply criticized the “national ID” aspects of the REAL ID Act. Even before REAL ID, the National Academy of Sciences recognized that a system of national ID not only poses a “wide range of technological and logistical challenges,” but has “serious potential for infringing on the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens.”

Link here via BeSpacific.

Alex Eckelberry