Is the Real ID Act the real deal for ID security?

Thursday, 25 August 2005, 11:36 AM EST

The Real ID Act was created in part to secure identification systems and authenticate credentials to avoid fraudulent duplication. Critics fear that the law empowers the federal government to track individuals in their everyday movements, but with the proper security mechanisms in place, the Real ID Act will help prevent ID credentials from being duplicated or otherwise misused.

By Gary Klinefelter at Computerworld.

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