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Immigration Reform: Biometric Cybersurveillance Quid Pro Quo?

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  1. Brett Bellmore says:

    “comparing a digital photo of the employee, uploaded over the Internet through E-Verify’s “Photo Tool,” with the individual who is applying for a job.”

    I can honestly say that I’m not bothered by the prospect that, should somebody apply for a job using my social security number, the prospective employee be compared to a photo, to determine that they’re an aging Caucasian rather than a 20 something Hispanic. Isn’t there a limit to the extent to which we must facilitate identity theft in order to enable illegal immigration?

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