New Hampshire has an abnormally strong regime for the protection of privacy rights. It extends from strong wiretapping laws to laws prohibiting the retention of personal information in government databases against the consent of the individual. While getting my driver’s license in Claremont, N.H. yesterday, I snapped this photo, which got memed by the Free State Project and is now going viral on Facebook:
Too bad every state doesn’t have the same protections.
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The problem is that you still have a Social Security Number.