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-- more and more states are building up massive databases of drivers license photos to help identify criminals.
But that means you're DMV photo is being analyzed measured in saved into a database where it's compared against a list of potential -- so is that fair is -- legal.
Fox News senior judicial analyst judge and in a -- -- joins me now.
-- the government will do whatever can get away with to make its job a little easier prior to 9/11.
If you gave the government any information a photograph for the DMV.
To the IRS personal information about where your traveling to for the TSA.
Each department had to keep it separately.
After nine elevenths.
They begin to share all that and that's -- these databases came into existence recently the Supreme Court ruled what about DNA while recently the Supreme Court ruled.
That a state law which mandates -- in your mouth taking a AQ tip and putting on the -- him -- to collect DNA.
On the basis seven -- Not conviction just an arrest is constitutional is -- dissent Justice Scalia arguably the most conservative justice justices Ginsburg -- may or.
And Kagan are -- arguably the most liberal justices dissented and said this is gonna -- and bring us to a police state now if you combined the ability of the government.
To get your DNA just on the basis of an arrest plus all this digital information that they keep information given for innocent reasons.
You give them a great deal of information about us far more than we ever expect that they would have.
Forget about the NSA spying that's another story and add another level of governments understand besides it's sort of like -- -- other stories are Regan and now continue to look at and uncover.
Where you specifically believe is is over -- well and it -- not only do I believe it's overreaching the constitution says it's overreaching you see the police can't just investigate anybody.
The police couldn't start following you in taking pictures of you and and and read shortly the mountain -- I'm credit card places of where you took your children for dinner.
There has to be what the what the constitution requires as articulate -- suspicion.
A reason to suspect you -- done something wrong without the articulate most suspicion bar so to speak without that -- This could be a police state.
And the police could investigate anybody they wanted for any reason they wanted until they found something wrong now we know white drivers like this but it was so important now.
Now we know way charters its infinite -- is so dangerous and Adidas gives away too much information mine and I wouldn't it be all right have a great rest of the week we'll probably see you again -- Thanks -- a team of.
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