EFF takes position on NSTIC citing 1st and 4th Amendment concerns

Posted: July 21, 2010 in federal government, national ID, NSTIC, Real ID

BTC  –  Few organizations have been ready to go out on a limb with analysis of the National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cyberspace.   The Electronic Frontier Foundation, was one of the first digital watchdogs to start barking at the US government’s ambitious plans to import itself into the transactional living of a nation.

Real ID Online? New Federal Online Identity Plan Raises Privacy and Free Speech Concerns


c/o EFF legal counsel Lee Tien and Seth Schoen 

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