Immigration Bill Trojan Horse for Biometrics

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The concerns related to the employment identification system in the new immigration bill are not exaggerated, but to understand why we need to connect a few dots.Follow us on Facebook: us on Twitter: our website: http://StormCloudsGathering.comGet weekly email updates: to the Bill: in the immigration bill: Daily Beast article arguing against the wired article's position: caught storing biometric data from scanners: Biometrics database:"The FBI's Next Generation Identification program is on scope, on schedule, on cost, and 60 percent deployed. The Facial Recognition Pilot, which began operation in February 2012, searches criminal mug shots and provides investigative leads. The Facial Recognition Pilot is evaluating and solidifying policies, procedures, and privacy protections. Full operational capability for facial recognition is scheduled for the summer of 2014."Electronic Medical Records database in healthcare bill: Brother: Obamacare Looks to Collect Private Medical Info: can detect identity from distance based on the way you walk: Using Facial Recognition Software on Facebook and Instagram Photos:'s Facial-Recognition Acquisition Raises Privacy Concerns: points in the bill:Page 193: (A) IN GENERAL.The Secretary is authorized to establish, manage, and modify the System, which shall"(ii) maintain records of the inquiries that were made, of confirmations provided (or not provided), and of the codes provided to employers as evidence of their compliance with their obligations under the System; andpage 194:"(vii) to confirm identity and employment authorization through verification and comparison of records as determined necessary by the Secretary;page 190: "(H) AUTHORITY TO MODIFY INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS.Based on a regular review of the System and the document verification procedures to identify misuse or fraudulent use and to assess the security of the documents and processes used to establish identity or employment authorized status, the Secretary, in consultation with the Commissioner, after publication of notice in the Federal Register and an opportunity for public comment, may modify, if the Secretary determines that the modification is necessary to ensure that the System accurately and reliably determines the identity and employment authorized status of employees and maintain existing protections against misuse, discrimination, fraud, and identity theft

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