ACLU: 9/11 Report Raises Privacy Concerns

In spite of the promise of 9/11 commission Chair Tom Kean that the 9/11 report "will make the American people safer," civil liberties groups say some of those ideas could jeopardize the personal privacy of millions of Americans in the name of enhancing security. The commission recommends that the federal government set national standards for issuing birth certificates and driver’s licenses. Read More.

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