Saturday, July 31, 2010

Immigration Reforms National ID, Real ID, RFID, Easily Hackable

Immigration Reforms National ID, Real ID, RFID, Easily Hackable


  • If you don't know much about RFID. This video may help you some.


  • read more on www.biometricgroup.com


  • REAL ID
    Background
    The Real ID Act of 2005 establishes national standards for state-issued driver's licenses (DL) and non-driver's identification cards (ID). After 11 May 2008 federal agencies are scheduled to only accept DL/IDs that meet Real ID standards. This does not mean that states are required to issue Real ID compliant DL/ID cards; however, non-compliant cards will not be accepted for federal purposes such as boarding a domestic flight.
    Real ID compliant credentials will incorporate a digital face image and incorporate some type of common machine-readable technology, such as RFID technology. In addition, the incorporation of iris recognition and/or fingerprint technology has been mentioned. Each state will also be required to share data from their DL/ID card database with other states.

  • RFID Easily Hacked.

  • Now Real ID's name has been changed Several times now. From Positive ID, To National ID, Even VeriChip and Digital Angel believe it or not. All of these are the same RFID Technology.

    Now I want to show you how easily they all can be hacked into.
  • RFID credit cards easily hacked with $8 reader

  • read more on www.engadget.com
    The RFID hacks keep coming fast and furious -- hot the heels of that Mifare / Oyster Card exploit, the crew at BoingBoing TV has posted up a little demo of how easy cracking the RFID encryption on an American Express card can be. All it takes is an $8 dollar reader easily available on eBay, some software, and the courage to walk around with a laptop waving plastic boxes at people's butt pockets, but developer Pablos Holman says he's hoping to develop a newer version that will allow him to be a little more discreet. The root of the problem is apparently the fact that the system uses local decryption rather than sending card info to a secure data center, but either way we've been worried about this for a long time -- we're sticking to loose change and the barter system from now on. Video after the break.

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    Security flaw in Mifare Classic RFID applications exposed. See http://www.ru.nl/ds/research/rfid/ for more information, including the paper "Dismantling MIFARE Classic" with all details.

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  • For full story, see The Register article at: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/02/...

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    www.wethepeoplewillnotbechipped.com

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    Verichip lying microchip causing cancer




  • Now take a good look at how they want to brainwash you into thinking all this RFID tech is great for us all.

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  • For more detailed information visit my website: http://www.jessewoodrow.com VERICHIP has now bought STEEL VAULT and has now changed their name once again to POSITIVE ID and for the FIRST TIME EVER now they will be combining MONEY & IDENTITY with a RFID CHIP!!! WOW!!! SIDE NOTE: youtube stats for this video showed that this video was the #1 Favorited video for all of youtube in the first 24 hrs! pretty cool... POWER IS KNOWLEDGE and people want to know this stuff!!

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    More on all of this coming very soon. Be sure to follow me to keep up.
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Arizona's Law Blocked Now Feds can enforce Immigration Reform. National ID

Arizona's Law Blocked Now Feds can enforce Immigration Reform. National ID



  • read more on smargus.com
    I'm going back a few months here, even a bit further to talk about what is happening with Immigration Reform and the National ID plan the Government has in store for us all. Remember Real ID? We fought and won several times. Now with the Obama Administration we get to look at come full force now that so many Protested against Arizona's new law.


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    The Smoking Argus is the ever-watchful guardian and it was much to our dismay when news came across the wire late that Thursday from the White House Press Room that President Obama gave his stamp of approval to a National Identification card.1 Tucked inside an immigration amnesty proposal, first presented during a meeting at the White House last week with Senators Lindsey Graham (SC) and Charles Schumer (NY), the measure will require all working Americans to obtain a biometric ID via a thumbprint retinal scan or other measure before being granted permission to earn a living.
    As previously reported, Americans have successfully fought off several past attempts to saddle ‘We the People’ with the twenty-first century equivalent to East German PKZ papers, roundly rejecting such an affront to our Natural Liberties.


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    Just how long shall we sit idly watching our liberties disregarded like trash before we feel the urge to act?


    This President in one-year has accelerated even further the quickening begun after the attacks of September 11th, 2001. Whereby just two weeks ago and in addition to his approval of a National ID, he told opportunist John Walsh, who chose profiteering as his preferred coping mechanism, that upon arrest, even if later found innocent, he supports immediate DNA collection for submission into a National Database






  • The Democratic proposal includes increased money for border patrol and drug war agents, equipment, helicopters and unmanned drones. It would create a national ID -- which is dubbed a "biometric social security card." Though Democrats insist that it is not an ID card and can only be used for employment purposes.


  • The full summary can be read here.
    The bill would make it illegal for anyone other than an employer to ask to see the enhanced social security card: "Possession of a fraud-proof social security card will only serve as evidence of lawful work-authorization but will in no way be permitted to serve--or shall be required to be shown--as proof of citizenship or lawful immigration status. It will be unlawful for any person, corporation; organization local, state, or federal law enforcement officer; local or state government; or any other entity to require or even ask an individual cardholder to produce their social security card for any purpose other than electronic verification of employment eligibility and verification of identity for Social Security Administration purposes.


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    WASHINGTON D.C. – Senators Charles Schumer, Democrat of New York and Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina are meeting today with President Obama to discuss tactics on how best to orchestrate the appearance of bipartisanship regarding comprehensive immigration reform. However, immigration reform is not the sole reason for the Senators’ visit. Also on the agenda is the culmination of the plutocrat’s fetish like desire to track all Americans with yet another attempt at shackling us with a national identification card.


  • Analysis: States - cost of Real ID is $11B

    "The report says the biggest costs, nearly $8.5 billion, or 70 percent, are those associated with re-issuing all 245 million American drivers licenses so that they comply with the new standards." BlueBear Network Teams with VisionSphere to Target U.S. Real ID Act

    OTTAWA, Ontario, June 1, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- BlueBear Network International, Inc (Pink Sheets:BLBR) announced today it has extended its exclusive licensing of facial recognition and secure distributed search technology from Ottawa-based VisionSphere Technologies, to offer State motor vehicle agencies the ability to link driver's license databases between all U.S. states, Canada and Mexico -- as proposed by the sweeping REAL ID Act approved by Congress this month.


  • On the next post, I'm going to show you a lot more about Real ID, It's functions and how it is so easily hacked into with and 8 dollar RFID scanner anyone can get.
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Should Immigration Reform Include a National ID?

RFID cards and readerImage by sridgway via Flickr

Should Immigration Reform Include a National ID? 




  • read more on www.cato.org
    Watch the Event in QuickTime (M4V)
    Download a Podcast of the Event (MP3) The emerging Senate comprehensive immigration reform is said to include a temporary worker program, a "tough but fair" path to legalization, and enhanced border security. These elements, if well designed, would effectively solve the immigration challenge: enhancing homeland security, reducing the number of unlawful residents, and providing for our economic needs. But should reform also require American workers to have a biometric national ID? What are the implementation issues, how expensive would it be, and would huge government databases of personal information put law-abiding citizens' privacy, identity security, and freedom at risk? Would mission creep ultimately give the federal government unprecedented power over Americans' lives? Please join Cato's Jim Harper and the ACLU's Chris Calabrese for a discussion of the costs and consequences of including a biometric national ID proposal in immigration reform legislation.
    We are at capacity for this event and are unable to accept additional reservations. An archived video will be available on this webpage following the event. Thank you for your interest in our public programs.




  • Is a biometric, national ID card an immigration game changer?




  • The Democrats' immigration-reform proposal (pdf) is 26 pages long. Pages 8 through 18 are devoted to "ending illegal employment through biometric employment verification." I don't think the Democrats are going to like me calling this a biometric national ID card, as they go to great lengths to say that it is not a national ID card, and make it "unlawful for any person, corporation; organization local, state, or federal law enforcement officer; local or state government; or any other entity to require or even ask an individual cardholder to produce their social security card for any purpose other than electronic verification of employment eligibility and verification of identity for Social Security Administration purposes."
    But it's still a biometric national ID card. It's handed out by the Social Security Administration and employers are required to check it when hiring new employees. Essentially, if you want to participate in the American economy, you need this card. "Within five (5) years of the date of enactment, the fraud-proof social security card will serve as the sole acceptable document to be produced by an employee to an employer for employment verification purposes," the bill says. "This requirement will exist even if the employer does not yet possess the capability to electronically verify the employee by scanning the card through a card reader."







  • Posted by Jim Harper
    So reports the Wall Street Journal:
    Lawmakers working to craft a new comprehensive immigration bill have settled on a way to prevent employers from hiring illegal immigrants: a national biometric identification card all American workers would eventually be required to obtain.
    It’s the natural evolution of the policy called “internal enforcement” of immigration law, as I wrote in my paper, “Franz Kafka’s Solution to Illegal Immigration.”
    Once in place, watch for this national ID to regulate access to financial services, housing, medical care and prescriptions—and, of course, serve as an internal passport.






  • read more on www.irishcentral.com
    Posted on Tuesday, March 09, 2010 at 02:25 PM

    New immigration reform bill will have national identity card




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    A national identity card for employers to check is at the heart of the new immigration reform legislation being proposed by Senator Chuck Schumer, a Democrat from New York and Senator Lindsay Graham, a Republican from South Carolina.

    All legal U.S. workers would be issued with the ID card which would have a biometric identification impossible to duplicate.

    Schumer and Graham were due to meet President Obama this week to discuss their immigration reform plan which would also allow those here illegally to stay and gain a path to citizenship. However, Graham's plane flight from South Carolina was canceled and the meeting was postponed.

    Schumer says the national identity card is the key to getting a bill passed "It's the nub of solving the immigration dilemma politically speaking," Schumer said in an interview in the Wall Street Journal . The card, he said, would make it impossible for any new illegals to find work. "If you say they can't get a job when they come here, you'll stop it." he stated.would become de facto national ID cards that enable the government to track citizens.
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Dems spark alarm with call for national ID card

Obverse of Serbian national ID cardImage via Wikipedia
As People are out Protesting the New Arizona SP1070 Law, even though it did not pass. I wonder if they even know what they are protesting for. See Arizona's law would have stopped this new International system which most remember as Real ID.
Now, being that the new AZ law is delayed for who know how many years. It give the Feds a way to move on their own agenda of Immigration Reform. Otherwise know as National ID. It is the RFID tracking system for all Americans, Mexicans and Canadians, and as the U.N. Grows in their own efforts. This system will be used World Wide.

Think, ahhh big deal? Get ready to be educated with this post and the next few. Be sure to read through them all. Educate yourself and know the truth. Lord knows the News won't even talk about this part much. But, This is it.

Dems spark alarm with call for national ID card




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  • Dems spark alarm with call for national ID card

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  • A plan by Senate Democratic leaders to reform the nation’s immigration laws ran into strong opposition from civil liberties defenders before lawmakers even unveiled it Thursday.

    Democratic leaders have proposed requiring every worker in the nation to carry a national identification card with biometric information, such as a fingerprint, within the next six years, according to a draft of the measure.
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  • The national ID program would be titled the Believe System, an acronym for Biometric Enrollment, Locally stored Information and Electronic Verification of Employment.

    It would require all workers across the nation to carry a card with a digital encryption key that would have to match work authorization databases.

    “The cardholder’s identity will be verified by matching the biometric identifier stored within the microprocessing chip on the card to the identifier provided by the cardholder that shall be read by the scanner used by the employer,” states the Democratic legislative proposal.

    The American Civil Liberties Union, a civil liberties defender often aligned with the Democratic Party, wasted no time in blasting the plan.




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  • For some years now, Newsweek columnist Christopher Dickey has written “Shadowland,” a must-read column and blog that connects the dots in the netherworlds of war and terror, spying and geopolitics.
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  • His column last week, however, was all about Arizona, immigration and his argument that Americans should adopt a national ID system. You can read for yourself at www.newsweek.com/id/237950.
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  • While we expect our government to do something about illegal immigrants, we seem to view any government measures to track citizens — meaning you and me — to be a Big Brother intrusion, a quaint notion at a time when you can hardly cross a street or make an ATM withdrawal without being videotaped and dropped into a database.


  • Immigration and IDs: A Modest Proposal

    All Americans—whether brown, white, or black—should be required to carry a passport showing they are red, white, and blue.



  • In police states, this is a pretty ugly process—most often an attempt at intimidation, or extortion, or both. In democracies, it can be pretty ugly, too, and sometimes for the same reasons. But you get used to it, and if we’re serious about drawing lines against illegal immigration—which is all about defining who is a card-carrying American and who is not—a national ID is the obvious first step. Without it, we’re left guessing who “looks like” or “sounds like” a bona fide gringo.
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  • United States—are expensive. Mine tend to wear out fast in my back pocket, and the last one I got cost a hundred bucks. So let’s be reasonable. At a minimum all Americans should be required to have one of the wallet-sized passport cards issued by the feds.  They cost $20 if you’ve had a regular passport before, $45 if you haven’t. Foreign citizens with United States Permanent Resident Cards, which have recently been redesigned and made more secure would only need to show those. Anything less—the “biometric Social Security card” advocated by some Democrats on Capitol Hill, say, or the Real ID program to modify state drivers’ licenses as national IDs or the E-Verify program for businesses to check employees’ true nationalities—is really just a workaround that doesn’t work. These schemes also create whole new layers of bureaucracy and vast new burdens for law enforcement.
    + http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/who_are_we_the_argument_for_a_national_id_93868434.html

    Be sure to see the rest of the posts I am adding here very shortly as well.
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36 arrested in Arizona immigration sweep

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This really amazes me. What exactly are they Protesting here? The law didn't pass yet they are still protesting. At this rate. They might as well have just let the law pass.
Banging on doors, disrupting traffic and business. Protesting what?

Do these people not realize that the very thing they are protesting and stopped means that the Federal Government can now go through with Immigration reform? This mean Amnesty. Also know as National ID. And RFID tracking system for All Americans. Mexicans and Canadians. These who are protesting are fighting so we all can be tracked with RFID.
Watch the next few posts as I put them up here.
clipped from www.abc15.com
PHOENIX - The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office arrested 36 people in a crime and immigration sweep Thursday and Friday, and six are suspected to be illegal immigrants.
Everyone arrested was stopped for traffic violations. The six suspected illegal immigrants were arrested on charges of failure to provide identification and will be turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to be deported.
It was the 17th such sweep conducted by the office. The sweeps have netted about 1,000 arrests, and the sheriff's office says about 60 percent of those were illegal immigrants.
The arrests during this week's sweep are fewer than what the office typically nets. For instance, 111 people were arrested during the last sweep.
The sheriff's office also arrested 23 protesters Thursday after they beat on a metal door of the county jail. Officers in riot gear opened the doors, waded out into the crowd and hauled off those who didn't move.
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Confirmed: Tornado hits Tonopah

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TONOPAH, AZ - A tornado touched down in Tonopah Thursday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
The storm cell that hit just west of the Valley caused massive damage to at least one Tonopah neighborhood, ripping apart homes, pulling roofs off their structures, and scattering debris across the ground.
The Weather Service said Friday that a funnel cloud touched down briefly about 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the area of 335th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road in Tonopah, which is about 70 miles west of Phoenix.
An image from ABC15.com user Jean Suttle (see attached image) shows what might be a funnel cloud in the distance. Suttle said her photo was taken Thursday afternoon from 374th Avenue and Roosevelt, not far from Tonopah.
Tracy Deadman also sent in a photo that more clearly shows a funnel cloud. She wrote that she just happened to be taking pictures of the storm as it headed east toward her house in Tonopah.
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Al-Qaeda Creating an Army in Yemen

Imam Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen October 2008, ta...Image via Wikipedia
Be sure to check out the rest of this article at the link. The note to understand. is, they want Jihad even unto death. Yet so many still claim it's a peaceful religion.
What people need to understand. It's not a Religion. It's their Law. Do as the Koran says or die. That is their choice. Even Politics cannot fix this.
The heads of Al-Qaeda in Yemen claimed Thursday to be creating an army in the country's south. In an audio recording posted online, terrorist commander Mohammed Sayeed al-Omda said Al-Qaeda will soon have a fighting force of 12,000 soldiers based in the cities of Aden and Abyan.
Omda issued a threat to continue attacking Yemeni troops. “This is a message to the Yemeni government forces and National security service: Our swords are ready and we are going to cleanse the land,” he declared.
Al-Qaeda poses a real and immediate threat to the Yemeni government, according to United States Marine Corp General James Mattis, who is charged with heading US forces in the region. At his nomination hearing Tuesday Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Yemen has been pushed “to the breaking point.”
Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Saleh has dealt with crises “through negotiation and by co-opting his opponents,” Mattis said, adding “there are signs his ability to exert control is waning.”
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