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Originally posted to Daily Kos on Fri Jul 19, 2013 at 05:30 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos Radio.

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  •  opening reminiscent of old cold war (0+ / 0-)

    If interference commenced, we'd say, the Russians are jamming (the signal.) Of course at this point I'd prefer Pussy Riot.
    Listening to koscast via galaxy S4. 1st time.
    Access to maneuverability calms and goes.
    Thanks!
    Somehow, I feel I should be talking too but I suppose it's because I'm holding this fone in mah bold stead hand..

    Don Benedetto was murdered.-IgnazioSilone(BreadAndWine)

    by renzo capetti on Fri Jul 19, 2013 at 06:04:55 AM PDT

  •  David, forgive my ignorance. Do you know what (0+ / 0-)

    the original reason was for registering and requiring license plates on cars.  Was it a tax collection scheme or a way for authorities to identify vehicles involved in accidents and/ or crimes.  

    In my opinion, the heart of this issue is not necessarily the collection of the data.  We all give up data every day to commercial entities with or without our knowledge or benefit.  The problem arises with the sheer volume of information being collected and stored for an indefinite period of time.

    I think the right of privacy rests on the assumption that the vast majority of people are in fact law, abiding in their personal conduct.  A warrant should only be granted when there is evidence to the contrary and therefore a portion of that individuals privacy is forfeited in order pursue a criminal investigation.  

    Recent technological advances have made the collection and storage of data for it's own sake cheaper and easier.  There are obvious benefits for the collectors, who analyze and sell the data and the analysis.  There is a definite gap in the society's ability to collect, store, an analyze data and the desire of individual citizens to maintain some privacy.  It will take time for the law to close this gap and then new technological advances will create new ones.

    •  Not really sure. (0+ / 0-)

      My assumption is that it was for identification purposes, but that the revenue aspect of it was a nice bonus.

      •  If only we saw similar benefits with guns and (0+ / 0-)

        treated them similarly to cars.  By that I mean with universal registration, making sure that gun owners had a degree of competency and proficiency as supported by state mandated testing and licensing, and by requiring liability insurance coverage which would reimburse victims for injuries or death resulting from accidental/unintentional misuse.

        I'd like to know how any of these things would fly in the current political environment.

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