EPIC, ACLU, EFF, and Others Urge Homeland Security to Stop Creation of National Identity SystemEPIC and a coalition of privacy, consumer rights, and civil rights organizations filed a statement to the Department of Homeland Security in opposition to the proposed expansion of the employment verification system, "E-Verify." The agency announced plans to incorporate state driver license records that could significantly expand the use of the Homeland Security database. The groups said that the DHS proposal is unlawful and looks very similar to the REAL ID scheme that was previously defeated. EPIC has testified before Congress and published a "Spotlight on Surveillance" report about E-Verify. For more information, see EPIC: Employment Eligibility Verification System and EPIC: National ID.
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