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WIRED reports on concerns that immigration reform being debated in the Senate Judiciary Committee could eventually result in “a ubiquitous national identification system.” The proposed legislation includes a mandate to create a database of names, ages, Social Security numbers and photographs “of everyone in the country with a driver’s license or other state-issued photo ID,” to be maintained by the Department of Homeland Security. The American Civil Liberties Union has raised concerns, and David Bier of the Competitive Enterprise Institute said, “The most worrying aspect is that this creates a principle of permission basically to do certain activities and it can be used to restrict activities,” he said. “It’s like a national ID system without the card.”
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