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New AZ Voluntary Travel ID will meet REAL ID Act requirements

Arizonans will soon have a new ID that meets the federal REAL ID Act security requirements.   According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Division, the new Voluntary Travel ID meets security requirements to gain access to airports, restricted federal buildings, military bases and much more.  The new ID is $25 and is […]

Bill would put Kentucky in compliance with Real ID Act

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentuckians would have to pay $48 to get a new driver’s license beginning in 2019 in order to board domestic flights under a bill that has cleared the Senate and is moving through the House.   The bill would update Kentucky’s driver’s license procedures to comply with the federal Real ID Act. […]

Arizona to begin issuing REAL ID next month

YUMA, Ariz. – The REAL ID Act is being implemented across the country in an effort to prevent fraudulent issuance of IDs nationwide.   Officials at the Yuma International Airport are beginning to inform the traveling public of deadlines and ways to prepare for traveling with the REAL ID.   Yuma International Airport Corporate Account […]

Biometrics in technology may be an easier way to ID yourself — but is it safe?

Biometrics — measuring unique physical characteristics to verify identity — was once a form of cutting-edge technology found only in science-fiction and spy movies. But the authentication techniques are now not only being integrated into our most-used devices, but are quickly becoming a feasible — and in some cases convenient — alternative to plastic cards, […]

REAL ID and Pennsylvania: Why a new license may change your ability to fly

Pennsylvanians may soon have to buy new, specialized drivers licenses in order to board a plane, thanks to an 11-year old federal law.   The REAL ID Act of 2005, passed by Congress and signed into law at the recommendation of the Department of Homeland Security after the 9/11 Commission, requires states to have more […]

Biometric identification systems. What risks for our privacy?

Films like Star Wars, Mission Impossible or Matrix, to mention the most famous, have always showed us scenes where personal identification, especially to access reserved areas, is verified by means of voice or some other physical traits. Science fiction? Not always.   Biometric identification, this is its name, is a computer-controlled analysis that identifies an […]

US Navy installations start to enforce REAL ID rules

US Navy installations worldwide will no longer authorise base access for individuals who do not have an approved US government-issued credential or state driver’s licence that is compliant with the REAL ID Act of 2005. Driver’s licences from Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, Washington, and American Samoa are not compliant with the congressionally-mandated REAL ID […]

REAL ID-Compliant License | Prophecy Update

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The Latest: New Mexico Senate panel OKs REAL ID ‘compromise’

The latest on New Mexico lawmakers’ REAL ID debate (all times local): 7:15 p.m. A key New Mexico Senate committee has passed a bill lawmakers called a “compromise” aimed at making New Mexico compliant under the federal REAL ID Act. Senators voted 8-1 to combine a bipartisan bill with a recently passed version out of […]

Swede becomes first person to board a plane with just a wave of his hand

As throngs of weary travellers streamed through one of Europe’s busiest travel hubs, the female security guard at Stockholm Arlanda Airport looked up at Andreas Sjostrom, confused.   Somehow, without a boarding pass or even a smartphone, Sjostrom had managed to activate her scanner, and the system was telling her to let him in.   […]