Privacy Fears Come True, Again

privacy-area-of-the-future.jpgTwo reports in the New York Times: “Driver’s License Emerges as Crime-Fighting Tool, but Privacy Advocates Worry” and “Warnings Over Privacy of U.S. Health Network.” Naturally, we’ll have that sorted out by the time the system ships. No reason for you to be worried that your health records will be automatically scanned to see if you have nasty diseases. And we certainly won’t be sharing them with the DMV or the cops, to see if you have liver problems, from too much drinking. They’ll be as secure as your driver’s license.

See “All non-trivial privacy fears come true.”

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