Didn't you know, John Frugal's interpretations and opinions are gospel
and are final and shall not be challenged; not by any government entity, not by
the Governor, not by the feckless legislature, not by citizens and certainly not
by the lazy media. After all, our illustrious non-auditor-state-auditor is
And no one will be punished. The division will pay no price. Just another day.
Utah is WAY behind other states in protecting identity. I moved into Utah last
year and am shocked at how oblivious Utah businesses, Dr. Offices, etc are to
protecting ones identity.
I am very surprised to learn about this. Why is the DMV sharing my personal,
private information at all? There is absolutely no reason that I can think of
that anyone outside of the DMV needs to know any of my personally identifiable
information. This is a no brainer. Someone, maybe many, need to lose their jobs,
including those who requested the information.
My concern once the information is shared with other non state entities such as
private insurance companies what controls are there?Do they share it with
other sister companies?You would be amazed what information about us
is bought, sold and traded.
I'm now wondering if, the next time I go to renew, I should just get a
"driving privilege card" like the "undocumented immigrants", if
that would STOP them from sharing all my info??I use a passport for
airplane travel anyway.
Do we have to have watchdogs on every transaction for every agency??Let's see, two years ago our esteemed officials decided they
couldn't do anything about a state official who was too ill to work, but
they couldn't replace him while his paramour covered for him.The list is too long to mention. Why can't people in responsible
positions go the job they were elected or appointed to do and and quit trying to
steel from us?
People need to go to jail. But, it's Utah, they'll probably get
Of course they did. Nothing here should surprise anyone. Just go into any DMV in
Utah. They treat you as if you're an enemy combatant, or major criminal.
And they always have in 45 years of my experience dealing with them. Why would
they even be concerned about the safety of my personal information? As just
proved, they're not.
They also do "biometrics" when they take your picture, another highly