Sep 06 2007

Identity Project responds to proposals for restrictions on travel

Continuing our work to expose governments’ efforts to control our movements through checkpoints, government records of where we go and what we do, government-issued credentials and travel documents, and other schemes to require, “Your papers, please!”, the Identity Project has filed formal
comments recently with the Department of Fatherland Security on its latest schemes
to monitor and control our travels:

  • Comments of the Identity Project on proposed exemptions from the Privacy Act for secret derogatory information from airlines and travel companes stored in personal travel histories (along with records of activities protected by the First Amendment) and used against would-be travelers as part of the “Automated Targeting System”: comments, background
  • Comments of the Identity Project on proposed requirements for passports or other government-issued credentials for all travel across U.S. borders, including land travel to and from Canada and travel by U.S. citizens seeking to leave, or return to, the U.S., as part of the “Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative”: commentsbackground

One thought on “Identity Project responds to proposals for restrictions on travel

  1. Coming here from a communist country I see real parallel with this and I am not going to stand for it. Some one should challenge them and ask them why such hassel. After expected answer” Because of 9/11″ I would bring up all the evidence about 9/11 which was masterminded by our top elite. This case should get to court and use anything to defeat these fascist/communist tactics.
    Lord with us.

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