IDP provides advice, assistance, publicity, and occasionally legal representation
to those who find their rights infringed, or their legitimate activities curtailed, by
demands for identification.
IDP builds public awareness about the effects of ID requirements on fundamental
rights. The First Amendment rights of assembly, petition, and speech, our fundamental
right to travel, and our basic rights to hold property and transact business are all
affected by identification demands.
IDP is in the process of building a central repository of information relating to
identity-based domestic security programs. Press inquiries are welcome.
The Identity Project
1222 Preservation Park Way, Suite 200
Oakland, CA 94612
info AT papersplease DOT org
+1 (510) 208-7744 office
+1 (415) 824-0214 cell/mobile (voice/SMS/Signal)