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Published: Friday, Oct. 5 2012 4:07 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Another breach of our personal private information in the hands of an incompetent government system. Why is Utah making it so easy for illegal aliens to steal ID's breach our right to privacy? For a few dollars anyone can steal your identification and life.

This could be a part of the state grand plan of helping illegals get illegal identities of anyone they want so they can register to vote and get state created illegal documentation at will. Some things just don't belong on the net for easy or convenient access so they can have more and longer coffee breaks and smoke breaks. And the DMV, police, and private, or health care laws should never be made easy access. It is a criminal breach of information if violated but police feel impervious and non accountable as purveyors of rights and the federal privacy act which requires personal and present physical being to access any information.

Utah treats rights and privacy with punitive contempt.

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