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The First Challenge of the Biometric System

The First Challenge of the Biometric System

Domestic Fliers Will Need Real ID Compliant Identification in 2023

President Trump’s first executive order is to “require the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish a biometric entry-exit database that includes an internationally-recognized biometric for everyone that enters the U.S. or travels to the U.S. from a foreign country.”

The problem is the President’s biometric system is not secure. Not only his biometric systems, but those put in place by others are similarly vulnerable.

Many Americans will need identification documents that are capable of being used in a real-time, ID-compliant global biometric identification system as early as 2023. That’s when the president’s first executive order mandating the biometric system will go into effect.

Biometrics is a collection of the following:

• Face recognition.

• Voice recognition.

• Fingerprinting.

• Iris recognition.

• Iris pattern recognition.

• DNA.

All biometric systems are linked, yet none are connected to the internet. They are connected via a secure fiber optic line. You must have a legitimate reason to travel to a particular destination, and that’s the first challenge of the biometric systems.

Even under the current rules, you need a valid reason to leave the country.

The first step towards implementing a real-time, international, electronic ID-compliant biometric system is to establish a real-world ID for everyone that needs it. Real-world IDs would be international in the traditional way: passports, citizenship, driver’s licenses, visas, and the like. They would give governments the power to demand a valid reason to do what? Travel. Of course they will require a valid reason. Of course they will use the same logic.

We must think of a valid reason for anyone that wants to travel. The valid reason would be related to family. It would be family reunification. That is, a person traveling with his or her spouse, children, siblings, parents, or aunts, uncles, or cousins. A person traveling with a child. A person traveling with his or her mother-in-law. A person traveling with his or her wife’s sister, cousins, a

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