Mark Lerner tells why the Real ID Act of 2005 is still very much alive

Melinda Pillsbury-Foster interviews Mark Lerner to dispel common misconceptions and expose the government control agenda behind The Real ID Act of 2005.

Stop Real ID Coalition
Every Human is Being Enrolled Into a Single Global System of Identification and Financial Control

Constitutional Alliance…because sovereign security matters
Mark Lerner: Co-Founder Constitutional Alliance

H.R. 102: Photo Identification Security Act
112th Congress, 2011–2012. Text as of Jan 05, 2011 (Introduced)
A bill to provide that only certain forms of identification of individuals may be accepted by the Federal Government and by financial institutions.

Real ID: Connecting the dots to an International ID
by Representative Sam E. Rohrer
August 24, 2008

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Biometrics (or biometric authentication) refers to the identification of humans by their characteristics or traits. Computer science, biometrics to be specific, is used as a form of identification and access control. It is also used to identify individuals in groups that are under surveillance.

How Facial Recognition Systems Work
by Kevin Bonsor and Ryan Johnson
How Stuff Works
Anyone who has seen the TV show “Las Vegas” has seen facial recognition software in action. In any given episode, the security department at the fictional Montecito Hotel and Casino uses its video surveillance system to pull an image of a card counter, thief or blacklisted individual. It then runs that image through the database to find a match and identify the person.

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