Stop Real ID Now!
The Real ID Act of 2005 would turn our state driver’s licenses into a national identity card, infringe privacy, cost over $20 billion dollars, and impose major burdens on citizens, immigrants, and state governments – while doing nothing to protect against terrorism.
The 60-day commenting period on recently-published draft regulations offers a great opportunity to stop the Real ID Act in its tracks, by combining a national campaign to solicit comment with state-by-state battles — Maine and Idaho have already decided not to participate.
The Stop Real ID Now! activism campaign will leverage social networks, events, and art — with a goal of submitting over 100,000 comments, collaborating with the ACLU’s Real Nightmare campaign and many other groups. Find out more on our wiki … and get involved!
More information is available at <http://stoprealid.privacyactivism.org/wiki>.