17 Burst results for "ID"

"id" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

AppleVis Podcast

09:38 min | 5 months ago

"id" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

"If you are aware of this not a problem. Happy set it up. It is really important for you to think about that. And because you never know when this might come along because first responders are trained check iphone users and they know where to find that medical. Id especially if you have any medical issue. She need them to know. I'm GONNA show you how to do this. You're going to go into the health opposite self health double tap one finger double tap on Health Health Summary. Heading enough. The top right hand corner should your be your profile profile button and tap. This done button. You'RE GONNA swap to the right into to the medical. Id Button Medical Id but from here one finger. Double Tap Carnevale. Okay now AM I. Example avert setup but you will be presented a screen that you need to fill up if you already have filled this out at the top right. Should be the edit button and now con duplicate. What you'll see when you first set this up for the first time at cancel button all right. So the cancel button. The top left as you go to the Rhine done button done is at the top right hand corner so more done. We'll go there. Emergency access heading. Okay so the first thing you need to grant access is on the law screen. Obviously medical responders or first responders are not going to be able to access your medical. Id if it's not on the screen obviously you have it locked show unlocked switch button on so this double tap that from off to on artifice. Already set to on. If if you'd like to keep it on will set that could do the right your medical. Id can be viewed when I phone is locked by tapping emergency then medical. Id ON APPLE. Watch press and hold the side button drag medical. Id's later to write. This information is not included in your health data or shared with other APPS. And I'll show you this example worst located if you're curious where they have to find the medical. Id feature gutted right medical. Id Photo Crisp. Well that button image. They'll be tapped to change the existing photo one face adult costume hedda stuffed animals. That is a picture me. I'm not sure what the stuffed animal panda is. I hope it's not describing my dog but that's kind of funny. Everything is pretty straightforward. There isn't much to explain. Everything is self explain so obviously you need to make a picture of yourself and choose the picture of you so that way. They can make sure that they have you as the right patient with a person to the phone at photo button Thomas Danville text field and obviously put your name in here. Get a birth may seventeen button actions available? Go ahead and put your birthdate in here now. I know this is going to be con- one of those. Oh kind of a gray area because one of the issues. I have if somebody anybody can find my phone if I lost it can open up the medical. Id and they'll have my birthday in. I'm just not sure it's one of those gray area. It is important to them. Know How old you are so I decided to weigh the benefit I mean I never lose my phone and And so I decided to keep it on there so that'd be pref preference for you to decide. Medical Conditions Blind hearing text field. Double Tap twitted us the rotor to access misspelled words. I think that's pretty important is if I'm in a unconscious situation or whatever I think it'd be imperative that they understand that. I'm blind and I'm hard of hearing because if my hearing aids are lost award ever have not God forbid if it was like a car wreck or something that they'll know that I have those two conditions medical notes nonetheless did text field double tap to edit years the rotor to access spelled words. If you have any medical issue she would like them to know. This is a great place to put in it. That's kind of a no area. Let them know any thing. You need to let them know. Diabetics anything like that Caesar's or things like that. They probably need to know allergies and reactions not allergic to any medication. Text field double tap to edit the rotor to access misspelled words. I am very blessed to have no medical allergy so nothing to worry there that will be very beneficial for those have intimate. -CATION that you're allergic to. So they won't inject it to you to cause further problems for them. Medications not listed text field double tapped to edit use the rotor to access misspelled words. But don't really have any medicine. I'd take on a daily basis. If it's something a imperative obviously aspirin or anything like that. You don't WanNA put down There are some allergy medicines. I I don't think that's important. I think what's GonNa be important if you have high blood pressure medications or if you're taking medication for thinner Ernie fight. That might be important for them to know at blood type button. Believe it or not I do not know my blood type saw. I wish I could put that in. That would be imperative for emergency personnel to know what type your foregin donor. Yes I am proud to say. I am going to donate my organs so they know that they can donate my organ if it comes down to that weight. One hundred eighty pounds button actions available. Put Your weight in their height. Five feet seven inches button actions available. That's how tall I am emergency contacts heading. Okay now the merchant contacts is going to help you in a in a number of ways one. Of course they'll have emerging contact who to call also the second thing I'm GonNa show you a bonus feature because if you do end up calling emergency service for nine one one for example here in the United States. I'm GonNa show you what it does so show you who. I have my contact list spouse. Angela Knight Danville Button Actions Available my wife mother. Carol reattached Bill Button actions available my mom and then lastly as I promise Adam. Urgency contact or emergency contacts will receive a message saying that. You have called emergency services when you use emergency. Sos Your current location will be included in. These message is pretty cool L. Send them a message along with the location that you're at so those two emergency contacts will get alerted and notify that. I'm some sort of address or I had to call nine. One one. For some reason it will send them a message along with my location. Once you get this all done and over with at the top right done button is the dumb bun now. Obviously all those areas that I mentioned their text box or picker. You'll just have to double tap on those items to change and so that the correct information comes up saw double tap on done. I saw his promise. I'm GonNa show you where it shows up. Someone unlock my device. So we're going to pretend that somebody picked up my device hopefully a medical responder. What they're GONNA do is they're going to unlock the device six eighteen PM and obviously they're not going to be able to unlock it. But maybe perhaps you didn't know this but when they tried to unlock it button. Possible tack passcode field. Zero of six values entered secure text field. Obviously they have to put the six code in there but they don't know that but at the bottom left hand corner emergency button. Is the emergency double tap that emergency emergency call and this is for people that want to make emergency call. Once again. The bottom left-hand corner medical button is the medical ide- button so as double tap tap medical. Id heading now. This is what they're going to see an here on the screen done button. Commerce Danville may seventeen years old organ donor. Medical Conditions Blind and hard of hearing allergies and reactions. Not Allergic to any medication. Wait one hundred. Eighty pounds five feet seven inches emergency contacts expose ngelo. Danville Mother Carol Real Ville and that is what they're going to see to help you out if that contains too much personal information obviously you can tweak it delete what you don't want or you can add more information as you want now. Two things to note one. You probably obviously heard. I edit out my birth year and the my age they're gonNA say your birth year and how you are on that first part and the second part I do realize this nine understand this. And something to consider too is that obviously. None of this is going to help the medical. I respond or I. Respond to. That is if the screen curtain is on. Yup I think more times than not. They're going to be caught off guard and you may want to seriously consider leaving the screen curtain off. So they'll be able to see yet granted if they know anything about voice over where they'll have to double tap on buttons some whatever and have not but I'm going to take that risk and hopefully the understand them so that is about the emergency contacts within the medical. Id feature all right. Well My name is Thomas Danville Go by the name of none of mouse until next time. Bubba this podcast has been brought to you by the community of apple this for the latest resources and tips and tricks to help you get the best experience from your apple device visit. Us Online at. Www DOT apple this dot com..

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"id" Discussed on Thy Kingdom Comma

Thy Kingdom Comma

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on Thy Kingdom Comma

"He'll do that. He'll give you a new heart and a new life and yes a new idea card so I hope that helps you today. I hope that helps you. Think about your identity in Christ by the way. If you'd like a copy of today's show notes just go to. Www DOT die kingdom comma dot com forward slash seven kingdom comma dot com forward slash seven before we wrap up. I WANNA share some great news. I started this podcast really on a whim over new years. I had really no plans. No clue what it would be about other than I wanted to somehow tell people about. Jesus I've released new episode every week since then I've hardly done anything to promote it. I mean I've opposed on facebook or twitter. You know once or twice about. But that's pretty much it. Well thanks to you listeners. This Week Die. Kingdom Comma the podcast. Pass a big milestone or over one hundred downloads. So far now I know I know it's not a lot. It's really not a lot in a podcast world. It's nothing really but it is big because you know that there's over eight hundred and fifty thousand other podcasts. To choose from imagine having a TV with eight hundred fifty thousand channels to choose from or TV shows and one hundred of you have or people have watched die kingdom. Colin listened to Viking one hundred times. That's fantastic so I'm thrilled. That you're enjoying it. Apprai- that I'm able to continue to bring you good and helpful things. Okay I've always said that God could shut it all down tomorrow and I'd be happy. Whatever he wants is fine by me. Well the really cool part about it is already. There have been Some good conversations and I've gotten some good feedback in about the show aimed I. It looks like twenty twenty. It's going to be a big year for the blog and podcast so hope able to share more about that about a month or so but I just wanted to let you let you in on some of the numbers on the direction of things and so yeah so. I'm very thankful for that. Let me ask you this. Can I ask you to do three things for me along these lines one would you? Would you pray? Would you ask Lord to use Kingdom Comma to glorify himself? It's not about promoting me. Not about you know promoting the even the website wherever again guy can shut it all down. I just want God to be glorified on people to be Christians. Encouraged to grow to be disciples all that kind of all those things so praise the Lord to used kingdom come to glorify himself to. Would you consider sharing this with a friend? Post a link on your social media and post a link to that kingdom comma dot com. Whatever however you want to do it if it's helpful if there's an episode that you think someone a friend or family member should listen to send them a link to it and in thirdly would you go out to apple podcasts and rate the show give it just a good honest rating. I think there is Five stars there so give it whatever you want and yeah that that helps so and again thank you so much for listening I'm just honored to have you tuning in to join me each week so again. Thank you very much and have a great day..

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"id" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

11:55 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"I'm how Brian and I'm the senior editor here at a for print and digital content and publications and one of your hosts joining me as another host across the table. It is Tom Sharpen tear. Ea government relations director and Tom. You will be. You'll be switching hats Seamlessly and magically throughout this episode sort of host to guest guest host but speaking of guests You brought You brought reinforcements Returning guests wants to tell us who sit next to you once again brought my boss Sean Elliott here Sean is the Vice President of advocacy and safety for Ya He also runs our flight department. So the B Seventeen B twenty five the tri motor at all falls under Sean Very important to me. The employee flying club That all falls under Under the Flight Department with Sean has oversight of but we're here today to talk about Remote ID and its impact on model. Aviation and Sean is in addition to being on top of all the advocacy stuff that we do is particularly A good person to talk about this given a very very long history in model aviation Throughout his entire life. So Sean welcome welcome back. Hey great to be banking. Yeah this is This is we think it remains to be documented but There's there's a rumor going around the studio here that this might be your fifth episode. This makes you a an ace agreed. Ace I'm GonNa wear that like a bad honor and now Tom You once almost died on this show After a coffee incident Is there any chance that you'll be fired? Live during the green dot. Since you're sitting right next to you. I would certainly hope that wouldn't happen. And I did also make sure that I I Down my coffee before we went live. Say Book but We'll hopefully live to fight another so people in both the controversy to we will consider this part of his performance review. House that I like that a lot and And I have a lot to say about that. I prepared a list all right so we're going to shift gears a little bit today. This is What I would dare call a special episode of the Green. Dot focused on On a particular issue and that is the FAA has issued an NPR notice of proposed rulemaking Around the subject of remote ID for unmanned aircraft systems so Maybe you you start at step us through first of all though the basics You know we are am is is what and then. What's the what's the meat of this before we get into those details? Sure how so anytime. Faa intends to propagate a new significant rule They go through a public process And it's called rulemaking Once the FAA team the rulemaking team has completed. What they think is the best. I pass at a draft rule that goes through a number of processes within the FAA and within the within other parts of the government and then ultimately gets published to the public docket as notice of proposed rulemaking or NPR them. the NPR. I'm typically has a comment period anywhere between this littlest thirty days and as much as one hundred twenty days and this particular rule Package has a sixty day comment period. So it will end. Its been posted to the docket as of the first of the year and it will end on March second the comment period itself and then from there they have to what's called disposition all of the public comments and in this case there's many is already up to believe just under eight thousand comments to the docket and climbing now You said we had There's the sixty day comment period now if I remember correctly we and other groups petitioned the FAA to say we would like more time to To put in those comments did. And that's that's something. That's a typical normal request for a rule package. That is this size in this complex. This is a three hundred nineteen page document and it has much a new way of detail and complexity and with the current sixty day window. That's literally five pages a day that need analysts analyzing and review and most importantly a level of of understanding and correlation that we can then provide Helpful FEEDBACK THAT SAYS. You know what you missed the following elements because they're not as good as they could be or they're going to be detrimental in many cases and here's a better way to go about it. And that takes time you have to understand or comprehend it and be able to to craft it within the FAA's language that says this is a better way to do it. Please take this recommendation If you just say this this is terrible and this doesn't work and it stinks It doesn't do any good. They just put that in one bucket and it doesn't go anywhere from there so you have to provide meaningful comments to docket right and obviously they. They want that feedback because they they. This is notice of proposed rulemaking. This is not the announcement of a rule And they've they've provided sixty days but But they said no to the extent you didn't they they did. They did They denied all of the organizations. That requested extensions a denial. And it's that's concerning We'll we'll Marshall through that and we will still get our recommendations on the docket by the closure period but it certainly is not a lot of time. And I. I don't know what that foreshadows It's concerning to see that. They had zero flexibility in this process. And that's by the way I've been doing this quite some time I've been the head of advocacy since two thousand and ten and be involved with advocacy before that even in. This is the first time I've seen that happen. Really Verse First. I've seen the FAA not provide an adequate extension for a reasonable request based on factual data. Why that request was necessary. And Sean. What was what was really concerning. Was that as you know as you mentioned. It's considering itself that they that they rejected the request but then a lot of the rationale that they provided was basically something to the effect that you know an extra thirty or sixty days is unacceptable in relation to the threat posed by By by unmanned aerial systems in other words. This is something that is so important. It can't wait another month or two to be implemented which does not bode well in our opinion for the You know for a carefully crafted and carefully considered rule which is essential here. So let's Alaska either one of you guys said take a take a stab at Simple explanation of what What remote. Id is and what problem is the FAA trying to solve with this and what are the UH? What's what's in a nutshell. What is the essence of the proposed rule? So the problems I think everyone in the world certainly understand and that's the the the typical operations that have been done either Either nefarious -ly or without a proper knowledge or understanding or carelessly That have caused problems within the national airspace system. And I think as a full-size aviator there's nobody out there in the as community that would say no remote ideas appropriate. We need some mechanism that helps curtail these operations that do cause problems in the Nass You know the the the camera platform that Pops up at the final approach corridor to McCarron in in Las Vegas that disrupts air traffic You know the the activity at the Super Bowl. Right in the middle of a temporary flight restriction. Those kinds of things are not good and we certainly need a mechanism to to have the ability to curtail those that being said the way. This rule is composed. It is a broad brush one-size-fits-all approach and it has really done so in a way that is going to it. Stands to be potentially very damaging to a two long standing aspects of US operations which model and traditional model lesion without thought. It was really a one-size-fits-all and everyone's going to ultimately be there with this For the benefit of the Nass. And we think that's a reckless approach. So Tom can you speak to a little bit more of the details of it so on on the surface the the scenario sean laid out. Here's a here's a quad copter with a camera on it on the final approach course in Las Vegas or any number of things hovering over the Super Bowl What about this rule remedies that situation? Yeah and I think it's important also understand kind of I think in any kind of of an advocacy project. It's important to understand the motivations of everybody coming to the table. You know whether you agree with them or not Because it that that drives a lot of the decision making really helps you understand where this is coming from. So you know the the idea. Here is that A lot of these out of the box devices would have some way of identifying. Who's flying them Now a lot of people would say well if somebody's doing something truly nefarious They're not going to comply with this. That's absolutely correct but the the idea here is that Again in in the the theory that this is being promulgated under is that the people who just rip it out of the box and go fly it klew Leslie well. They're going to be identified because you know they're they're operating the device as it was sold And they'll be able to be easily identified and corrected if they're applying inside a protected. Airspace or endangering aircraft people on the ground anything like that For people who disabled these devices are fly them? Outside of the rule? That'll be very That'll make it easier to identify bad actors to law enforcement because they can look up. You can see a device flying overhead. They can look on their little APP or whatever. It's going to be that identifies the users and say. Oh well that's not an identified. There's I have no record of that thing being authorized. Yeah kind of like a car. Driving around into a licence plate sure So so getting back to the to the NPR around. There's there's think of it as three different levels that this thing establishes there's F- full remote. Id which is a device on the drone or USA. The the the flying device itself That broadcasts the location and the identity of the user to To the outside to to the to the public to law enforcement And that's either directly from the device itself or it. Goes back to a transmitting station on the ground. That that broadcasts it. It does require a certain amount of connectivity. Which is an issue that the that we've identified in this in this. Npr Am Think of it basically think of it as a DSP for drones right okay Then there's limited remote ide- where basically you tell the FAA where you're going to be flying and as long as you're not in an area that's going to be a problem airspace wise You can do that now. That sounds relatively reasonable. You know you basically establish yourself as kind of a temporary flying site wherever it is. You're going the problem is that that's not good enough under this NPR. I'm you also have to have geofencing software on your US itself that keeps it under the proposal here within a four hundred foot bubble of the operator. Anybody who's flown a model aircraft knows. That's not the way you fly a model aircraft. You know you're standing to one side of the field. And what's frankly not really the way flight drone either. You know you're standing kind of one side and you're in you're operating it within line of sight you know for you to have a bubble..

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"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

09:56 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Services. Your children can still access basic services because it also means that someone if a cop pulls you over you you have an idea to show them. which is you haven't exactly Can I think we're coming up on the end of our time with you So I just wanted to. We want to have just a few questions kind of close it out. I do want to ask one more kind of substantive substantive question Just has to help give our listeners. Like to put a human face on the problem What are some of the most common reasons that you come across For somebody for a reason why somebody might not have an ID. So I'll start from the youngest to the oldest so we have a lot of students who I'm who don't don't have ideas and one thing I don't think people necessarily realize is that kids are really not getting driver's licenses at the same rates these days they used to i. I've been in a live like so true classrooms the rooms of high school seniors. I said how many of you have an ID and knee be. A third of the class will raise their hands. I am and so is so. They're not getting cars. Are Expensive Insurance is expensive drivers at its most schools. Don't teach drivers Adnia Marcy. You only have the option of paying hundreds of dollars for private driver's Ed. I'm is there's a lot and so I'm so and then they they. You'll frequently work with kids whose parents. I'm don't have the resources to help them. You know get get that I d find all the documents and you know maybe get a breast of the kid. Fifty seven percent of our clients need birth certificates right so I am so we have a lot of young people and you can't you can't take the sat with that. You can't start a job you can't if you graduate from High School Without Ninety you have no way of starting your life. I'm so alive times it's just you know you're young. You're coming from a family like I can't necessarily help We work with a lot of returning citizens when you get out of jail. Ninety nine point nine percent of jails even if there's a law in the state that says they're supposed to they are not helping you get ninety benefactor play hartman of corrections. That are working with that. WanNa work with us and we're like we can't afford this they also don't have the budget for it. I'm and but you know they let you out of jail and they're like great go. You have to get a job right away and by the way. Don't hang out with any of the people you hung out with before like you know your friends and family. I know we're not going to help you get home or an ID or any of these things and so then you're starting over supposedly but you have nothing. I'm I'm so. We work with a lot of returning citizens. I'm we work with. A lot of people. Experiencing homelessness may have become homeless for you know the number of people who become homeless because they had a medical emergency. I'm you know because of a weather event because they lost the house because of whatever because they got laid off all of these different things. I'm and when you you are homeless holding onto your belongings really tough first of all because the cops frequently take them and either throw them away or burn them in front of you. That happens a lot in every state K. R. Soon I'm and then they'll give you a citation for being homeless basically like sleeping on on a bench and then they'll tell you you can't get an ID until you pay this hundred fifty dollar fine. I'm so your shelter. Your life is unsteady. You're living all over it. So being able to hold onto documents is really tough. I'm we work with a lot of domestic violence victims and one measure of control. What common measure control is that? The the Violent partner will keep all of your documents and so when you finally are able to run you have to run. You can't run over I'm we. We're in Texas Louisiana North Carolina Florida all sorts of places. I get hit by storms constantly. And so we constantly people making a storm. I'm and don't have have their I D. I'm we work with a lot of elderly people who either because they wanted a rural area or because they were blocking burnt burnt during Jim Crow were never given a birth certificate. And for a long time you could get an idea without a brisk ticket but now you can't and the process of having to of trying to get proof of birth for someone who's in there you know like eighties and never had a ticket. To begin with is really really tough. And so. That's a you know a big decrease so there are all sorts of I'm of reasons why people don't have an idea we also do work with a lot of folks who are undocumented head because they need show something when they get pulled over regularly. I'm you know there are just all sorts of of of ways that you end up not not having the thing you need or not being able to renew it because maybe you had a job when you had your driver's license at first but now you've been laid off for a while and you can't afford to renew a new year license. A you have something that's expired. You know there's a lot of reasons. Also I think like with some of the ideas like you. Can't I had a valid New New York state. Id but you can't just renew it you have to get the new real ID thing and that has to be done in person and you have to come with documents and you know so. I think there's also you know there's also that that sometimes you just can't for whatever reason or another you can't renew them. Yeah absolutely I mean. We had to starting last year no starting in eighteen. After midterms terms we had to recall some of our states and every year and now we have done all of them. Because is the real idealize were. I'm coming to effect in different states. We had to go through our whole system and say okay these are the rules now and retrain all of our volunteers stayed mix cetera because it became more and more. I'm to to help folks get their ideas. Oh my goodness goodness I guess I'll just ask one final question just sort of as as we close out. which is you know for our listeners? who either don't have an ID or do have have an ID but aren't registered What are some of the first steps or resources they can do or look to to get ready for the upcoming election for instance for for twenty twenty November and the primaries that exist before it up so if you need to register to vote is there are tons of websites you can get your states elections websites which is usually like TNN dot elections dot Gov or something like that? I'm more are you know. Rock the vote or vote dot org or there's a million different websites that you can go on most states. You can register online if not they will yo tell you how to the US. I'm I if you're Texas they'll tell you where to get a piece of paper. I'm by I'm so so visit one of the sites registering to vote as relatively easy so that so you can you can go on or you know. It's twenty twenty. Someone will stop beauty grocery store and somebody'll knock on your. Ooh Time if you ninety I if you go to spread the vote dot org. I'm and I look at our our state's tab if you live in one of the twelve L. states where we operate the there is A. I'm there's a button and I think it's called get ninety or something or spread the dot org slash vote. I'm and you can fill out a very short. What Forum? There's also a phone number you can collar taxed and then we can help you get an idea if you're in one of those twelve states If you're not I'm I hate to say there aren't a ton of resources. I'm yet just why you want to be in all fifty states so if you have a billion dollars please write me a check for seven hundred are billion our listeners. For the I love God please. Let's go let's go do it. I'm in so I so I would say your best. Bet If you'd be ninety is to the go-to on every every almost every city. Has I a service organization that I'm sort of offers a lot of help so it may be. What's the largest food banker shelter in your area or I'm or go to the mayor's Office on etc and you can ask them? What's a good resource to help me? I get ninety and if there is something you know some some states do have. I'm you know I I'm replaces. There's this great church in DC. We actually like shadowed. Where FRA starting? That's been helping people get ideas for lunchtime. There's a wonderful organization in Phoenix. I I believe someone Arizona. Maybe everything's I am but you know so there are there are organizations in some places. I'm that may be able to help. I'm an Or if not they may be able to guide you to some resources. I am or at least helps her. Break down the process for you. I'm to make it a little bit easier. That's so helpful. Yeah cat. Where can our listeners? I go to find out more about the organization about you Give them some like handles some sites to go visit so you can go to spread the vote dot org go to find out all about us. I'm and spend the vote dot org slash donate to donate our average. Id Causes Forty dollars so think about that when you think about how much you WANNA give. I'm on twitter witter instagram and facebook. We are spread the vote us. I'm and I my email is probably somewhere on there but you can email either cat Dot Org or take action by DOT ORG. I'm if you have questions or or thoughts are considered awesome. Love it on cats. Oh Mike you so much. This has been literally such incredible conversation to have And it's just again. I can't say it enough. It's so it's just. It feels so good to know that something like this this exists Especially in sort of the hell hole. We are living in at the moment while not drinking. It's just just appreciate really what you're doing so much much really. I think you're coming on. Yeah and to our sweet sweet listeners. We love you so so much and we will see. Oh you next Wednesday.

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"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

11:47 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"You're like Oh my God that's right that's also also also a problem. This is January so hard. I know I'm so sorry that each state coming up with okay. You need aide on this specific thing you know this type. Righty so Georgia's interesting because Georgia decided that students can only vote with their student. Id as if they go to a public or technical college so if you are a high schooler or you go to a private college. Like morehouse. Spelman Lynn Ann Clark Atlanta Three of the biggest. ABC's the country. Hey guess what. You actually can't vote with your student. Id but if you go to public college or technical college which was more likely to be the majority white then you can vote with your body and they have an actual list of all of the schools that are allowed to vote with their student nineties. That's so flipping. I just. That's what the table I'm so flipping at are people suing like I just every time you talk cat. I feel like I'm sure. Yeah the thing that's going on in my brain is like please. Just tell me there's a lawsuit. Please tell me there's a lawsuit. I JUST WANNA walk up to Georgia and say knock it off with is that conservatives have spent fifty years building the judiciary that they've wanted to see and haven't done to fight it so you judges are being like yeah that works for me and then we're ORLA pro. Why is that in the beginning? You were saying that there's voter ID law or something. There's a Texas law that has been struck down but the laws still still existent is operable. Is that well because we want only every two years which is insane but it also means they they can do with me well there why we don't have much going on just show up. Do the thing. It's a tiny say. Hey there's like four people there. I was one of them. I left and so now. There's three Lucy's family as the rest of my family your family the only people people there so they just need to meet more often. Yeah no it's it is probably of all of the like crazy bonkers Texas things and Texas is one of my favorite states but it is. They like go to work more often. So that's part of the problem. We're just asking like meet once a year right. I mean come on annual meeting. I'm a part of that. I've they changed the laws every time right so they would change it. The the cards are striking down. The real problem is X.. Thing it'd be like all right well we'll just tweak ecstatic thing and then you have to go through a whole another process of lawsuits and so what finally happened after the talk and there are varying opinions about this and we'll give mine but what happened is both sides came to an agreement and like they they allowed the Texas to change a couple of things about the law that do not make it any less oppressive in my opinion and then they were like all right. We're done. We're going to stop because there's going to be expensive because now the fifth time we've had come into this and so so I'm so really the other side I kind of capitulated. So they might. I'm and Texas one. But you know the legislator could legislate. You could've kept this going forever right. You have cases like in North Carolina. North Carolina's I'm state. Supreme Court struck down the voter. Id Law and said in the decision. This is obviously racist. You guys like stopping decks and then that exact phrase whether the decision I'm envious invent literally clearly quite frankly racist and I'm quite frankly sick exactly first of all what gives you the right. So the sprinkler. The United States. I'm affirmed the decision and said Yeah. Obviously right we're not. We're GONNA talk about this go away. I'm so thin. What North Carolina did as they said said? Okay we'll just put it on a ballot measure as a constitutional amendment with a bunch of other stuff that the voters wind insect perfect. Love that right now. Now part of the state constitution. Good for 'em so happy I'm just GONNA throw myself out a window and it's really hard to get things the constitution so you know there are many ways to keep going and the thing is you know our whole theory of change our whole ideas. Look if we get like these things aren't going away so let's get people the idea they can vote and then we'll have enough people you eventually is. That takes a little while. Who have who are voting for people who actually represent them and then we can get them into office and they'll be like hey? Let's get rid of these BS laws. Because because I've someone who was voted by people who that with that mandate of changing these laws and and that's how we're going to do it because the people in power right now know that the only way they stay in power where is preventing amid. Oh yeah of poor. People have Brown people of young people from voting and so we need to change the people in power. I but in order George that we have to play by their game because they've won this round exactly. I feel I feel like this sort of voter. Id Laws and Gerrymandering kind of go hand in hand you know. Let's let's draw the lines how we want them and then suppress the people who could potentially threaten the lines that we've drawn you know so I love. I love how they sort of light complement each other in that way. It's like red wine and in a steak and makes a hearty little meal. I am so jealous of their strategic thinking. You know I it is. It's it's having living really long term strategic plans that you work on carefully and methodically and thoughtfully Is something that one side of the aisle does very well on one side of the aisle does not at all and we are now where we are at the end of a fifty year plan that was put into place that worked almost exactly like they wanted to work and they were all reading the same playbook again like an organization that writes the playbook that they all work from it's called Alec Alec Yes yes They do have the great thing takes over on their side But I also feel like everybody he just gets on board like they. It's the Democrats would get the same playbook and then everybody we have meetings up about it and committee hearings and things would happen and the playbook would like everybody would just ignore it and then we'd all in fight and I don't feel like we would ever get anywhere you know like we could try the same thing I just don't feel people would fall in line the way like. There's no republican who's like Guinot voter. ID laws like. I don't know that just sounds like wrong to me. You guys like. Maybe we shouldn't do that here like they all just buy it and get on board. Yeah it is crazy do you. Do you see any sort of flake because I feel like voting laws and voter. Id all of the stuff that we've sort of talked talked about. It's like it's crazy to me. This is where I get into sort of like state's rights stuff from like it's crazy to me that it is different in every state especially like when you think about like federal elections and stuff like that it's like do you ever see it going to a federal system of like this is what you need every state to vote do you. Is that even on a dream board anywhere or do you find that to be harmful or hurtful like is it better to be for it to be left up to the states. I mean I guess it depends on which way it goes right right so I mean first of all Congress has never going to get anything done so there's no what do you mean. They're doing such good work right now. Oh my I mean just passing stuff left and right. I've never felt more safe exactly. So here's I think that a so there is a HR HP one. I'm or something and I'm sure there's some marvellous name for that. I can't remember but that is designed for people to remember but there is an attempt in the house right now how to pass a basically a recap of the voting rights act. It's never going to happen with the Senate because we have a small tiny Kentucky office in charge there but like yeah. Yeah so that part of the problem that nothing's ever GonNa Happen. I'm you know were they to make a national law it would depend on. We do have like the national voter. Registration Act like we have passed through federal legislation for for elections since nineteen sixty eight. And but it depends on. WHO's writing the law right? Like if my if maxine waters is writing it has a real view. And I'd towards voting rights and wants to impose that federally fabulous. I've Mitch McConnell as we don't want doc because then all of a sudden Californian Konia so it really depends on who the people are who are writing it. You know there are things I I really want. We're the only developed nation on the planet. That doesn't have a national. Id Right like all of these problems. Perfect I love that for us. We're the only rolling. We're the only developed nation on the planet that thinks that you have to earn the right to live right leg. We Oh your poor go die and Oh your kid's GonNa die too hugh too bad like you only deserve to see a doctor if you can get a good enough job at few right like. We're the Orion country that has that initial policy that you only get the chance is to live if you earn it. Every other countries like yeah everyone should just to be alive in marginally healthy and then you know we've got other issues but like everyone. Everyone should see a doctor right. Like we're we're like Oh you poor asshole go die in the street like base built so and every other developed nation. There's there's an you get an. Id like everybody gets an ID so that you don't have all of these problems whereas in this country he wanted job. You better hope. But some random big nerd in her bedroom in California comes up with a nonprofit and somehow makes it to your state and somehow raises a somehow recruits volunteer. Who will help you go through the horrible process of getting an IDC? You can get an F. ing job like you really better hope that all of those things happen because is this country could give a fuck. I'm sorry if you're swearing your podcast. Honey why let them fly. That's that is the foundation. Asian of our country. Is You only get to live if you earn it right at our whole colosseum and so we should have a national. Id Not not even for voting for being able to just not sleep on the street right like we should have one now. We don't and that is the thing that I would love to see happen happen. It is not a government is capable of first of all passing or second of all implemented in any way shape or form. And you see there are some cities that are creating municipal ideas and it's fantastic. Because they're saying look we've got this problem. We don't have the power to create as your state or federal idea but we can at least create a municipal idea that we can gift people so that they can at least get jobs and services in our city. I'm and so. There were few seasons in the country. That are doing that and more and more starting to. I'm we should have national. Id we should never going. I I will say that it took me like the DMV to get my state. Id took me almost four hours to go to the New York City. I don't remember what this building but the New York City. Id Yeah took me like twenty minutes. Yeah it was really easy. The people were very nice. It wasn't busy and like and you get great benefits with to like you. Get to go to the museum's go everywhere everywhere and you don't have to be. I don't think you have to be a citizen like there's there's a lot of great benefits about it It's another thing it's great for is you. I mean in some states like Texas California some states. You can get a driver's license if you're undocumented but in many states you can't I'm and so being able they get a municipal idea if you're undocumented means that you can still access basic.

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"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

10:40 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"They found like twenty one cases out of three billion or something. And here's why so. I always tell people think about this logically right there. I was like Oh my God. Buses full of Mexicans are coming to vote in California. which first of all? If there's one place is that the you don't have to try to like make the vote. Bluer it's California so that in itself is Arthur. They've got it on lock not happening but then like okay. So you're pulling these buses full of Mexicans and then you're what having them put online funny hats and glasses and walk into. I like tiny little little like Rotary Club voting precinct and like try to look backwards on the list and be like yeah. My Name is constable Stein. Like it's just it's an absurd. It isn't happening. You actually think about like what this would have to look like you know what the person at the precinct is going to be like That's weird there's this line of five hundred Mexican that just got off of buses truck right. Okay I'm sure his name is sally like it's the most read Dan. I'm and I o Florence exactly if you actually like role play this then you're like. Oh yeah that's really freaking them now. Here's what's that's interesting. The one place where we do see not a lot but a little bit more voter fraud is meal in voting. Well guests when does it at all affect meal and voting voter. Id Laws because you don't have to show your ID. Would you mail in a ballot right. Yeah and that's just like so so so how like what I hate. I just it doesn't make sense. It's like okay cool. I can mail and not use an ID. But they're like broad is happening in the poll like in pernell point right and this is how you can recognize gas lighting. I use this a lot every time someone tries to gas. I mean this happened a couple of weeks ago. Everything coming out of your mouth makes zero sense because you're lying right like nobody actually thinks that voter fraud is from. I mean there's a small person is but they also are going to believe absolutely anything they also. I believe that everybody is a lizard. person like Obama smells like sulfur rightly that that population we could switch and we are anyways although I do research research. Has Somebody alleged that Obama's mud lake sulfur. Oh Yeah what's his name Alex Jones. Oh my gosh yes. It's a whole thing. Oh I could get into his work literally literally prolific Perfect yes wow as sort of a profit really. The point of all these things is that they're not saying things because everybody everybody actually thinks voter fraud is a problem. They're saying things because it gives them a full limbs e-excuse so that they can do these really racist things and there are so so many people on Youtube who have said. Oh yeah we really need voter. I D Lhasa. We can win right. So there's like flimsy excuse. Voter fraud is like when I say I can definitely eat a pint if ice cream tonight because I did five crunches forty. It's math that you really want to work just doesn't like it hasn't been working for me for many years. It does not work with voting. We all recommend everybody gets them ice cream right now and and eat ice cream. Oh listening to this. podcast earned trying to survive dry January. Oh my God i truly am and let me tell you it is it is hard. Why do we do dry January February so shortest month of the year? That's when we should be doing invest because that would make sense and simply we don't lead with logic in this country we're just like let's start the year off miserable and then build up right there. We'll just torture our livers for the next eleven months because we're so grateful exactly. Yeah my life but other other than that I know so I think that's that's where all of these sort of very flimsy excuses for voter coming first critical thinking in this country is dead One hundred percent of everything that's happened in this country in the last fifty years And so people aren't going to do their own research people are gonNA think about it. People aren't GonNa like Whoa play it out and be like yeah. Actually that doesn't make sense and and people just really really want these racist policies in place and so they're happy to believe whatever you're going to say as long as it means that you know some white dudes going to stay in power and protect you from the apocalypse or started some people really at that. I mean I'm team apocalypse. But that's another story just burned to the ground. It's what I feel like. You know what let's burn it and then a rebirth will happen. Let's be a phoenix rising. The from the ashes are best as a yes we are. We are at the latter end of our life for sure. Just put us in a home honestly put us in a home home. Come come have lunch with us once a month and just call it. That's how I feel at this point. Yeah let's talk about the states that you guys are working in in Because you mentioned originally there were twelve or sixteen states that were twelve that were covered under the voting rights. Act that are now no longer. Yes yes yes. We're so sorry different numbers. We're in twelve states. Not The same twelve. I mean some of but not all of the same twelve that were covered by the voting rights act in their thirty four. The states. That have some form voter. Id Law in all fifty so people who need so there are voters in all fifty states. We wish there weren't there are and here. We are so I you know. I know that it is hard to when you are thinking about the fifty states to make any kind of broad statement about any one type of occurrence that could happen you know. Each state is going to have have their own voter. Id Laws but what are some of the most. Like what are the states. You find that to be the most difficult New York and New Jersey aside What are some of the most oppresive laws that you are coming up against like just a little bit more information? I like the state situation. What are they up to? Yeah so it's interesting so I you know the couple of universal things. One thing that we found in one of the reasons that I want to be off fifty states is that it's time we found pretty early on if you don't have the idea that you need for jobs housing food shelter etc then you're not voting regardless of whether or not your state requires. Id Right so. That's why we every single state I mean a except Minnesota shout out to Minnesota. They've had the highest voter turnout in the country for like ten years now literally there. Oh my God yes Minnesota Lena that I status cold as fuck to. That's November. I was on Minnesota. NPR wants in this guy called in to find out where his precinct or his polling place was was like on his hunting route because he was going to be out hunting on election day but he still wanted to vote. or it's like this is the best state of yes comes on and but for the most vulnerable I are not voting anywhere on. That's really critical. So that that's a universal thing that we found are everywhere I'm when it comes to idealize is so there are states like Texas. We vote with a gun license but not a student. Id Eh on perfect. That's my home. State is so proud of it so proud well you know. It is the in the country to register voters. Excellent John Thank you. It's good to be a winner register voters in Texas. It's ridiculous is it because of the like the like you can't because of the way you have to approach people the places you first of all you can only registered voters in Texas if you live in Texas so people always come into election day like busloads like you. You CAN'T I. You obviously cannot register voters online because Texas on what you have to do it is the most Texas thing ever is you have to be. Deputized is in every single county in which he want to register voters which means you have to take a class and like pass a whole little thing and then you get deputized they do not give you a deputy star which I think is a crime. Oh my God what's the point. What's the point of? He'll get a start but I want is in Texas of all places I I believe me I have complained too many Texas officials about this. I'm my God. Needs a call so you have to be deputized in every single county and which he wanted to register voters and that deputation is Asian runs out on December thirty first of every even year which means every two years you have to get really deputy in every single county in. Would you want to register. Voters eighty three percent of eligible. Voters in this country are registered to vote like. We don't have a voter registration problem. I'm sitting of a much. Smaller percentage of people who weren't registered disturbed vote and the biggest piece of the Pie. And I have an actual pie chart that I pull out. All the time shows the biggest piece of that Pie. The key biggest number of people is registered voters. Who didn't vote show me at people are registered? They just don't feel a huge percentage of those people while the large players but not even close to fifty cent don't have ideas but then there's all these other problems right. There is the transportation problems there's language barriers. There's not knowing who to vote for. How outta vote for? There's all of these other things so we have a country in which eighty three percent of eligible voters are registered to vote but an average of fifty percent only vote and that thirty three percent Sent is tens of millions of people who decide every election because they don't vote many many many of them because it's been suppressed in some way and that's that's a real problem. God Yeah I mean I knew voter turnout was an issue but when you really think about the numbers it's it's painful and it's frustrating. It's how you get states that have three hundred thousand six hundred hundred all these huge numbers of registered voters who for instance don't have id because there were registering them. But then we're not thinking about all of the the other things we need to actually get them to the right the obstacles they may over like have to overcome when you're heading to the polls and then if you try and get people transportation if you try and solve that that cost cost of it for somebody who's trying to vote and then wasn't it an Atlanta. Where they they showed up? Somebody came with a bus of people to the polling place. And they're like you can't do that. You're trying to solve all of a part of the problem and then those people get turned away. Yes yeah I mean and there are so many pieces to it. I'm it's why we we do like okay. We'll do you education voter odor planning this and we'll get pulls them like all of these different things because there's so many micro barriers and if we don't address all of them then we're leaving people in the lurch. I'm a huge aged tangent. I can go back and original. No I it's it's literally I know it's like it's one thing leads to another thing..

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"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"You know one the things they found with voter. Id Laws is not only. Does it stop. Obviously anyone who doesn't have an ID from voting but they were finding that hundreds of thousands of people who had the right. I D- weren't going to vote. Because they thought they needed something special all the time who call and say I need help voter idea than say okay. Well do you have any of these things. Then we'll say. Do you have a driver's license but yeah I have a dry. Oh you can vote. Oh I thought I needed something special. How smart people are so you know you have a system system that is built around as you know suppression from Day One and then you have? You know I'm organizations and you'll want specific party. That is very good strategically at passing suppressive laws at another. That doesn't fight them ever. I'm and so so you you have really. They're very few things about our electoral system. That are not suppressive. And there's some places that are fighting at like you know California in Los Angeles County. We have this amazing new electoral system. That's watching around the city this year. That's really incredible. That's really fighting this. I'm but you know there are a lot of things that are not thought out. So for instance a lack of civic education is hugely suppressive. The number of people who don't vote because they don't want to mess up or because they just don't yeah no answers to certain questions and even when you look at states that have for instance all male and voting which everybody thought was a panacea but if you look at Oregon they only have sixty percent percent turnout even with all mail in voting because it doesn't actually solve all the problems people still get this huge ballot in the mail and they don't have to deal with so I think that really if you're looking at our electoral system at all. It's you're seeing and hearing about voter suppression all the time. It's just it is not something I think that registers registers 'cause there's so much of it that we're used to or because it feels so big right. So like in Wisconsin. They just purged another two hundred thousand voters right. That's that's voter suppression. And I know it's so great I just oh man it makes me want to flip a table. It really does the voter like the voter. ID laws the other forms of voter suppression. You know I feel like it's a response to the the monster of voter fraud right like that's sure from. Yeah it's all our phone yes. People are going in their voting twice there. You know whatever the thing is and I just want to like put it. I don't know if you have statistics on this because we didn't ask you to bring anything in but do you think it's really extremely rare voter frauds literally you can go list. But it's it's like point zero zero zero zero zero zero one. Yeah there's different person voter fraud happens. I'm so it's I think..

"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

14:02 min | 6 months ago

"id" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Lo- everyone. Welcome back once again to. Let's get civil I'm lizzy Stewart and I am arden warranty. And today. We have an Uber. Super Special Guest Uber Super Special. We are talking to Cat Kelvin. She is the founder and executive director of spread the vote which is an organization that helps people in voter. Id States obtain ID's that they need for life and devote which is amazing. It's literally really so amazing. Catholic you so much for doing what you do and Esso coming on and and chatting with us about what it is that you do so welcome well thanks so much for having me our pleasures. Yes so I just kind of want to jump right in with just sort of an overview of spread the vote. Can you tell us a little a bit about what it is sort of the origin stories. How it got started just to sort of paint a picture for our listeners? About like who may not know with this organization is it's just about who you guys are sure it so I'm in a nutshell spread. The vote helps people who mostly asleep but recently with the addition of Pennsylvania not completely. I'd need ID's voter. I D states. I'm the we started after the two thousand sixteen election. I like everyone else. I had run some other organizations and then I got very sick and I retired. I swore I was Never GonNa run another nonprofit no eleven nine months I twenty sixteen happened and my retirement turned into a sabbatical. I'm of course and I I am. I studied the Voting Rights Act in law school and and and studied elections in in South Africa. And but it was when we had voting rights act in so I'm it was magnificent piece of legislation and let's study from illegals perspective and how it works etc and then go on with your life. I'm and then a few years later shelby it'll be county. Beholder happened. which was the Supreme Court case? That really knocked out the teeth of the Voting Rights Act so I will get get to Wonky. But basically there was a section of the Voting Rights Act that I'm said that any time that any of the eleven or twelve states that that had a real history of voter suppression if they wanted to make any changes whatsoever to their elections process locally state wide. Whatever but it had to be approved had to go through this process pre clearance by the Department of Justice? I'm and they would go and they do things like can we have a voter. Id Lob the Department of Justice if if they know that's clearly racist go away twenty thirteen. I chief justice John Roberts said hey we have a black president so racism is over and Dan. Yeah obviously washed our hands of that. Shang goodness talks move on. I'm so we don't even need need. Voting Rights Act anymore. Obviously I'm and they got rid of that really but that the teeth part the part that protected on people from voter suppression Russian. I'm and literally within two hours. The Texas and Alabama state legislature started working on passing voter ID laws. This had been something that I'm had been in the works in many states for a while. They've they've been testing it out. They had legislation pass that as soon as the Supreme Court case happened. I'm states were able to pass ideals very very quickly And we went. Yeah prime having to stay ahead voter. ID laws too. We now have thirty four and have been very quickly. I'm God yes yes. I'm in the two thousand. Sixteen election was our first national action without the PR Protections of the Voting Rights Act since it past I'm an so we saw a lot of effects from that. And that's why you know when you're hearing hearing about things like voter purging all of these things. You like that's weird. I didn't hear about that until recently. It's because until recently it was all illegal I but then we the voting rights act anyway and all of a sudden they could do all of these different things. I'm so it was really obvious to me after the election. I'm in which you know to say before the the election. I you know a lot of incredible All the ones we've come to rely on respect the appeal you in League of women voters and Brennan's all of them. They had been trying really hard to see a fight. These righty lost mcchord Pennsylvania's actually the only state that's ever successfully done that. I'm Texas's but radio has been struck down by the courts five times they still have it. I'm it's just a very hard to fight. I'm and so the election happened and I. It was clear that voter deal has definitely impacted. I'm of the presidential election. But what voter suppression what they really impacted. I'm was local and state elections because you don't don't have to suppress as many votes to Lewin's local and state election because the margin of victory is so much smaller right. I'm right right right. Oh they've really had a huge on that but they also you know it. States like Wisconsin where there are three hundred thousand registered voters odors. Who Don't have? Id you know. Have the margin of victory between Hillary and trump was it was like fourteen thousand or something like that. I can't remember the exact number but it was significantly smaller than the difference in people who could could have voted if they didn't have if they had idea or if there was no variety law and sort of looked at all of this. And I'm all right well look. I'm a very practical person if you need an ID to vote and it's pretty clear these laws are going to change anytime soon. What's just get people ideas why I spoke to like breaded any CEO? They were like ha ha. You'll find out. I always have to choose the hardest way I I identify deeply with the Dick Songs. The long way is like what is the longest enough. I don't think that's the way I want to do it. Yes an anthem be national anthem in some ways. This is for sure so I started. I started where the vote on and it became clear very very quickly that if you don't have the ID you need to vote and you don't have any. We need to get a job to get housing into medical care that there are a huge percentage of foodbanks. I won't give you food if you don't have. Id that a lot of shelters that won't you sleep there at night without id that you like having having India's really life or death and that is not. Yeah I knew are understood before I started spread the vote. I'm so we really built organization around the principle of helping people. We'll get ideas that they can use every day of the year so we get the DMV ID's usually the Walker's I. D. if people need help getting a license to help with that we helped get all the documents required birth certificates proofs of identity proof of residency. All of those things. We pay for everything we help with transportation. Oh wow a driver's license or an ID and he can't drive even over. Ten million Americans live more than ten miles from there DMV. I'm so we help with that. And we help with advocacy and all these offices and we make sure that they get an idea in their hands that they can him than us for everything they needed for their lives. And then we you eligible to vote register them to vote and then when an election comes along long I'm we help devoted education so seventy seven percent of our clients have never voted before I'm Which means that? There's a lot of very sort of superbikes everything from why should I vote to. How do I vote to not just four but like what is it like? What is the Board of Supervisors do? And why do I care. And it's like turns out there the most important people in the country injury so we make our own voter guides and we voted parties and all sorts of things to help our clients. I'm understanding really feel empowered before they go to the polls and have a voter plan and then we take them into the polls on on election day or during early voting. If we have that in whatever state we're in I'm and make sure that they're able to vote that's an in a very big nutshell that she muggy. Tuck stuff so I just I we like make a podcast worse for you and just it's just amazing when finding out about people like you and organizations like spread the vote. Because you're right it's just like it's chain it changes people's lives to have this identification Asian. And you don't realize it until you think about all the times you need a form of. ID which is literally to do anything. Now I have the you. We live in New York and I have the time in my day in the financial means to get my own Like driver's license but it still took me three to before it was almost almost four hours sitting at the DMV to get my new license. And that's just coming from somebody who can afford the time and the money to do that. If you don't have those resources with embossed it would be impossible. I mean we have clients who've gone decades without I. Wow we have young people who I'm have need it for massive life events and haven't been able to get it on and it's hard everywhere we're my goal is to be in all fifty states. I it's New York. Whatever we have to get a birth certificate from New York New Jersey? We just shed a tear it so hard you know. Is it really a board member. I'm who was a white man who owned a financial technology company and he could not get his the idea and he lived in New York. So are there actually have a friend who lives in New York doesn't have an. ID at every time he goes to the airport. They like he goes hours hours early. 'cause they do like a full body cavity search because he he has to flagging doesn't have I d the it's really hard. It's hard in most states. I'm I'm yeah it's such a time living in California where it's we've got to go through a lot of extraordinary measures out so when gets a birth certificate if they were born here but live in Texas. It's it's tough every day. I'm an so for for all of us you know I'm probably the only person in the country who's really excited about real. Id deep because everyone this year is going to have to go the DMV and remember how hard it is to get ninety and I would be like. Yep Yeah no this is what you need to fly all right the new the new this year do it do it now and go like whatever day that Google tells you is the best day to go to the DMV. Don't go to that day because that's the day that everybody is now going. I think it's like a Wednesday at from like at like ten. Am Go at like. I don't know be the first in line. It was horrendous horrendous. And we're not even like a voter. Id State now just know the New York DMV is impossible. It's just it's really it's everywhere and so oh you know when you any if you think about it you can't get a job without it so you almost by the people we're working with are unemployed. They they are You know they're they're living either. You can't get an apartment without ninety if you're homeless. You're right like homeless services placement. You can't get. That was on ninety so they are often either on housing insecure or they are House list or they. Are you know couch surfing. Or they're living with somebody else etc.. I'm but there are so many beef. Ix can't cash get a bank account without lady right like how do you. How do you find the people people that you work with and vice versa? Like how did they find you do you. Is it like word of mouth like hey I have a friend who like my friend doesn't I know doesn't have an ID. But I know of your organization organization. It's starting to be now. are well for the last little while. I'm I think once we got past are like first hour or so then people were telling folks about it but the the main way that we connect with clients. Is that our volunteers. We have over six hundred trained volunteers around the country and they I'm work in their own communities. I'm I'm with create chapters and they partner with pretty much. Everybody who serves the eleven percent of the population. I don't know if I said this over. Twenty one million. The end eligible voters in the country. Who Don't have ID and far more if you include people who are not? It's so crazy. How many people can't vote? That's insane like like the Dover Twenty one million eligible voters in the country you don't have. ID and thirty four states. I've and all of those varying levels of strictness on but it's a lot but it's also that's you know really I think probably when you include people who aren't eligible to vote for Righty Freedoms Twenty five twenty six million people who don't even have access to a job oray shelter better all of these basics. 'cause they don't have yeah so they are a population that is very likely to encounter some sort of public service so we connect with homeless shelters. We go into prisons into schools into food. Banks Churches We work with for instance the New Orleans Public Defender's office. I just all sorts of different types of agencies and organizations that I'm work with our same population folks who generally don't have the expertise or the funding are usually both I'm in order to help folks get ID's and then our volunteers will do things like they'll go to the same shelter. Once I'm so weak we've got great. Volunteers been with us. Since the beginning of Virginia who've been going to the violence shelter once or twice a week for like two and a half years now or we'll I with a couple of prisons that we'll go in once a quarter and we'll help everyone who's going to be released in the next three months. Get an idea I am or I. We work with a lot of I like domestic violence. Shelters will oh have volunteers were specifically trained by that shelter and so they'll call us when they have a client in one of the specifically trained. Volunteers will go. So we try to work with each organization in the way that's best for their community now like now that we're no now that there's a lot of word of mouth we get a ton you know. We probably got ten at believe you know. Emails or text or phone calls a day from people around the country who invested really need help getting. That's amazing their friends. And one of the reasons we try to create consistency. CINCY is because the vast majority of our clients don't have cell phones or access to the Internet and so they can also be really tough to find but if they know..

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"id" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"id" Discussed on KGO 810

"L. A. ID's speaking of temperatures of areas heating up once the marine layer dissipates as it already is over the bay expect a lot of sunshine and warm things away from the water the range will be between the mid sixties to the mid nineties same for tomorrow and one hundred for a high by Wednesday I but for curry Armstrong and getting on KGO eight ten and streaming online KGO radio dot com now Armstrong and getting on KGO eight cents former in the Royal Navy there in Great Britain said that the her majesty's Royal Navy could destroy Iran's fleet and be back in time for tea and metals as you know that's tough talk yes and some good old brick keeping should do well part of it I like that sort of died like that sort of bluster how old is this chapter we don't see like getting old Hey remember when we defeated the Kaiser right it will get to this later good story the wallstreet journal read over the weekend finding the quiet employees that hold your company together what an interesting idea that finally people have turned their attention to this because it's not always the people that are in fact we all we all know this is true it's not the the your your you got a star salesman you know what they bring to the the party and you got the star this is our that but in every organization and we all know this there's somebody that you couldn't live with out this is kind of a regular person and they don't get singled out for the performance but without them there's like ten other people they couldn't do their job and often the people work with them know that yeah everybody knows that the higher ups don't now right and and their end it would be difficult to figure out a way to reward right how do you measure to honey rewarded Jenny over there she helped him and him in her in her and him and him and keeps track of this in this in this in this right how do you how do you monitor how do you how do you figure that out you know taking university level study to to put a number on what that productivity is work but we all know those people yeah and then because it's difficult to put that number on them they get laid off when budget cuts happen that's got to be frustrating I all the time all the time yeah actually I was thinking of my Canson while I was a I was reading this story well like funny isn't invisible so we need to tell Mike something is he getting laid off yes in my desire we only invisible stars in many cases are more powerful than the people we celebrate said this Harvard Business School professor who's trying to come up with a way to figure out who they are you're gonna lose that person seven other people's performance declines and companies and try to figure out how to identify who those people are and how you keep them around no that to a topic we had last week were how your boss is spying on you which was it in some ways about spying but it was also in companies in many cases making really intelligent use of new forms of data about the way people interact and get their jobs done in the rest of it I wonder if and and again this is at once interesting and scary I wonder if there will be ways in the future to look at somebody who's really the point guard in a lot of things maybe that's wrong therefore because the point guards visible but that that pivot person who everybody's productivity runs through and they're on the song but the critical I wonder if in the future that will become apparent yeah they're they're using among other things email traffic yeah I agree I just feel like they're gonna fail with this just I'm not sure that there's any way to through through algorithms figured out the efforts are part of an increasingly popular approach called organizational network analysis meant to show an organization's informal networks the employees that are in in contact with an influence so many other employees yeah one it's intriguing it's smart yeah maybe it maybe the best way to just me ask around like anonymously everybody says oh yeah Jenny in accounting without her we'd all be screwed who's who's really helpful to you and I feel like this is another aspect of the people learning more about the introvert verse extrovert nature of of the specifically in the workplace and how because we are social beings we often elevate extroverts beyond what their skill level would would dictate knows our name the inverse happens with the introverts because they're not gregarious they're not being their own cheerleader well and then what exacerbates that I think is the extroverts then get elevated to certain positions and most extroverts think there's something wrong with the introverts right right think they're on friendly or or or negative for whatever listen I shuffle along staring at the ground muttering angrily because that's the way I made that's how you know I'm happy so here's a story you'll hate doesn't require that doesn't require much time because you know of an opening you know exactly what it is some of you know the Whitney museum in New York it's it's it's one of my favorites and focus is mostly only Houston it's entirely yes our two tall spired by Whitney Houston all paintings of Whitney Houston right this scripture it focuses on American art and I just I've always really liked it but anyway it's a it's a big deal eight artists withdrew from their big biennial show because it turned out one of the board members at the prestigious Whitney museum this is one of the most important art museums in the world one of the board members all of the art museum is also on a board that makes military supplies that are sold to police departments around the country oh boy and that and that company also has made tear gas that Israel bought in then used against protesters in Gaza and because this guy was on a board for a company that makes stuff perfectly you know police department the stuff armies need this stuff perfectly legitimate product is it some time used to what you see is improperly right against people of color or Palestinians or whatever you're not going to show up with your heart to the art museum find board at the art museum is also the border that they find that the arts of art there's a lot that's where we are now over long no I don't think you're hearing me yeah I am go ahead we are here we'll just call one seven million and eight artists on here exactly we'll look at some different you know I heard this one guy interviewed on the story was an artist and he said we have solid evidence that some of their products have been used on the border against immigrants and people of color and I can't be part of that okay moving along at a different artist then no I think you need to listen and I did listen she that's I understand you're not showing up and you're not showing around that's that's great can you leave my office I'm gonna call a different artist who will bring there are you can show your art you can show your **** you can show your school spirit I don't care just do it somewhere else well let I don't think I've had the pleasure of the Whitney museum is a absolutely twenty one right there and New York kind of by New Jersey and that is the one I've been there that's the one also coming up to end it unintentionally hilarious Bernie Sanders campaign story about the minimum wage and cast a whole lot more the whole jihad squad nickname caught on and now people are having to apologize jihadism tickets yes met her sentries biggest nightmares at the full clip all in and what we do is this is so short do you have that fox and friends these I was flipping the channels as morning drive in and and fox and scenes they get to the end of his segment in their teasing what's coming next listen to this meanwhile straight ahead crocodiles thriving outside a nuclear plant in Florida and shark sighting spiking along Cape Cod what is going on shocks gonna take over land Jeff Corwin here online sharks going to take over land segment is that there's a decent chance of it I think what I've heard so the documentary about shark tornadoes once it right right run for your life.

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"id" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"id" Discussed on Connected

"And you have all these other companies like I showed the Samsung video to Syria to show her this new in display fingerprint sensors, like yes, I want that. But not an Samson zone. I think I have a theory about the people's take on it. I think it depends how they coming into the interaction. So me, and you unlock people listen to the show were excited by face idea when we s because this type of stuff we care about is like crazy, new technology. But I think most people. Like, touch ID and distinct the face I d won't work from them. So well, so we probably have the same success failure rate, but a bias is different. So when I see a failing unless likely to notice it because I'm not really annoyed about it in the first place. But if you're someone who doesn't want it to change you like what you had or you think it's not gonna work for you. You're more likely to recognize and be frustrated by every time that it doesn't. And so that's why I think it's like these. I think both of this perfectly valid, by the way like if you liked touch idea and it worked for you. And now face idea doesn't work for you in the same way. Then you are perfectly. Valid to be annoyed by it. I have watched a bunch of videos now about yes ten. I would prefer the aquasonic fingerprint cents to face ID. My iphone on my ipad. I won't face ID. But on my iphone, I want the fingerprints. I want both lot. Yeah. Okay. You know? It's just like, I'm not managing a scenario. We can get to the boasts in are you in a bit. But like if we're just gonna choose the reason the reason I want. There are bunch of scenarios where face ID doesn't work as well as touch ID. So Apple Pay being one of them because I was half to have my phone to my face. And in the UK, we use Apple Pay to go through Tunstall's for trains, and I'm always finding myself being held up. And this never happened to me before because I didn't need to look the display, and I know that as you're saying, it's like it's not the full display, but the place in which you would be using your fingerprint on the S ten it's like a place that you understand you know, where it is. It's way fun goes use. It's big enough. Really? Yeah. It's big enough. So. In the south of any any buying apps in the app store? Stuff is always annoying, right? Like doing the double click and doing the face. I don't like having to do that. You're lying down in bed. You know, you the game. And yeah, the fact that only does work in one orientational on the iphone is really annoying, but for my ipad because my to be further away from me works Laurean -tations, it's better. And maybe if ace ide- gets to orientate on the iphone and stuff like that, it may alleviate some of my concerns because then maybe it will have a better viewing angle in general. So I won't have as many problems of with Apple Pay and stuff like that. But I look at this Samsung thing, and it's like this thing like that Aluko. It looks foster because it doesn't look slower than the old fingerprint sensor in the fingerprint sensors definitely feel slower than the face ID does. And I think I really liked that. Yep. Yeah. And it really it was just nice to be able to lock your phone without looking at it. Like, you know, there's some things that I can do my phone to sat of muscle memory, for example. I can unlock swipe left. I know I'm in the widget. And then I can just tap and run a shortcut. This is something that I do all the time to shuffle a played on apple music. But now I need to look at my phone because otherwise you wanna lock like I was watching the in-cabin the video about about it that came out this morning. Yeah. He did a really really great video about the display, and and he did some amazing testing on the Iansa so e tested the sensor by with some water though, yet like a ball of water any try to try with wet finger to see if it worked and sure enough did then he tried with screen protectors..

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"id" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"id" Discussed on WTVN

"ID? The Glenn Beck show. News Radio six ten WTVN. Isn't this? Does it feel like we're in an episode of south park. Yeah. This is basically what it is. It's a ridiculous parody of the craziest claims ever made by this is why it's crazy all of this. How dare you? Why feel like the the shine of Cossio Cortez eventually comes off with Democrats? This is why we've been saying forever. Since say, this is great Cortes is a gift to the public and parting gift to the constitution. She's a gift you don't have to worry about his. She is fantastically stupid. Now. Here's the last part. And I am quoting. This is on her new green deal. She points out that the fact of getting two zero emissions will be hard because and I quote, we aren't sure that will be able to fully get rid of farting cows and quote. Pooh-poohed literally pooh-poohed. The circus is finally arrived in town. We not we're not sure we could get rid of all the farting cows. Now, let me ask you a question. Were we thinking about getting rid of all the cows? Because I wasn't. I wasn't even thinking about not eating hamburger anymore. Let alone getting rid of. I mean is that something you've discussed what pita killing all of the cows. In fact, her they have removed the farting cast from from the green deal factsheet. Oh, did they really did wind up removing it, I guess with lanes and the well because? Yeah. Because the full quotas. We need to get to the net zero rather than zero emissions in ten years because we aren't sure we'll be able to fully get rid of farting cows and airplanes that fast. Yeah. I'm pretty sure not going to get rid of airplanes in ten years. That would be that'd be a hell of an accomplishment. Of a terrible of a terrible outcome, but it would be a hell of an accomplishment. You know stopper. Big plain, big plain. Yeah. Yeah. You think the Cretans Boeing are going to allow this to happen? Oh my gosh. The workers of Boeing are just waiting to be freed of their job. All they hate going to work at Boeing Boeing is such a nasty place to go to work. They've been thinking to themselves if I could just work for the government, and I could just d- assemble all of these planes, and then erase and burn all the books and the plans so in just a few short years, we can all say planes what planes? That's that's like king. Arthur there were no planes ever people. Never fly never flew it wouldn't fly from one place to another. What are you crazy? This was magic this happens in every apocalyptic movie. Did you know what I was a kid like an eighty year old passes when I was a kid they had computers and airplanes. And no one believes them bright. They think they're just like senile, right? That's the Cossio Cortez. Really is. We used to have cars that would drive us from place to place before that we use these things called horses. Which are now all dead because we've murdered them because they they burp every once in a while, by the way is burping cows not farting cows. Are you serious? You're actually will. No, she said farting cows in the in the actual copier correct on that. However, if you are actually talking about the methane issue, it is burping house not farting cows. A lot of times people joke and say I mean there are emissions from both ends. But the massive amount of of the methane emissions. Come from the front end. May I ask you a question? Yes. Knowing something like that ever make you question the choices that you've made in your life. Well, not until now. Yes. Now that you mentioned now, you are the cow methane gas expert, and you're creating your correcting a member of congress, and you're like well, actually. The gas that comes from the mouth of the cow and not the ass of the. Wow. Your family must be so proud. These are fair observation we'll say, so may I just point out that. Be you should close its doors today. How how are they still in business? If she went to Boston University. And she has two degrees doesn't she economics and foreign affairs. I wanna slight economics. If you were thinking about going to Boston University. I well, they're very good very conomic depart are. They are they that's where she got her education, and she's come up with this. It should be leveled and made into I don't know a seven eleven or a parking lot because parking lots will be needed in the next ten years, but only for the next ten years number, and they'll be no more cars, and you know, what's so stupid. They're already we're already on the way of eliminating cars, as we know it. We're already on that way. GM? We had the chairman of the board. Former chairman of the board of GM who said we won't be making.

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"id" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"id" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"ID? Nation. Seventy six point Last night. I was on my way back to the hotel. It was late at night and. Got a call from the head of my company, and he said, I've got some really bad news. And I said, okay. And he said, this is really bad news. Are you seated? I said, yeah, I'm in the car on the way back to the hotel. He said. Dot com. Season was killed. Tonight. It took me a while to even process if I if what. Apparently, doc Thompson who did the morning blaze for a long time at the blaze, TV and radio was out jogging. Last night. He had his. Ear buds in. And he was jogging next to the railroad tracks. And apparently, we think that his headphones were so loud that he could not hear the train that was coming and it side swiped him and killed him. Doc. Doc was one of the more talented and gregarious guys that I know. He was. A guy who would come into my office. All the time. I got an idea. I got an idea. He was the the ultimate entrepreneur. And he left us. Was it during this last summer stew? Yeah. Not too long ago. He left us to start his own business and. I was thrilled for doc. Because that's who he is. He was just an entrepreneur in an idea guy and he loved entrepreneurs and he loved new businesses, and because of doc, many businesses are flourishing because he would really take them under his wing, and he cared deeply about people who are trying to do business. And he left to start his own broadcast unit. And unfortunately, he put every single penny. He had in it. And he was the kind of guy who bet on tomorrow and bet on himself, and he leaves behind a wife and two children. There is a gofundme.

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"id" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"id" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Develop in the id's are great you're compiling to arm code you've got control of every pixel it's entirely a reactive not to confuse it would react native but a reactive widget tree all the way down designed by people who this is their third or fourth system this is not a first system application this is people who have had the do this over and over and over him and said boy if we could only do x and they did x and they did y and they did z and this is flatter explain that reactive widgetry what do you mean by that what i mean is that so the design internally is everything's a widget even lay out is a widget so there's a center which it that takes its one child and puts it right inside center okay so everything is a widget all the way down to the point where you're rendering like some texture a picture or something like that now in the widget tree which basically just a hierarchical tree there are stateful widgets and there are stateless which it's the stateless widgets in theory can be completely destroyed and recreated without losing anything and they might have to have that done if they if something in their parent changes the size of where they should fit or something in one of their children changes the size of where they fit and so it's a one pass all the way down the tree rendering all the witches stateless widgets can be thrown away in practice direction recycled but that's transparent to you but you in terms of thinking about it you believe that a stateless which it might be completely thrown away on the other hand stateful widgets have an associated state object with them and when you want to change something about that state for example a number should be seventeen and sixteen you call a set state on that stateful state and it informs its widget we might have to relay out and then that triggers the whole state rendering tree so everything is done by updating state that are associated with stateful wages that are in part of a tree with both stateful and stateless witches it's a very simple model a very beautiful model and it works really well.

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"id" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"id" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Develop in the id's are great you're compiling to arm code you've got control of every pixel it's entirely a reactive not to confuse it would react native but a reactive widget tree all the way down designed by people who this is their third or fourth system this is not a first system application this is people who have had the do this over and over and over him and said boy if we could only do x and they did x and they did y and they did z and this is flatter explain that reactive widgetry what do you mean by that what i mean is that so the design internally is everything's a widget even lay out is a widget so there's a center which it that takes its one child and puts it right inside center okay so everything is a widget all the way down to the point where you're rendering like some texture a picture or something like that now in the widget tree which basically just a hierarchical tree there are stateful widgets and there are stateless which it's the stateless widgets in theory can be completely destroyed and recreated without losing anything and they might have to have that done if they if something in their parent changes the size of where they should fit or something in one of their children changes the size of where they fit and so it's a one pass all the way down the tree rendering all the witches stateless widgets can be thrown away in practice direction recycled but that's transparent to you but you in terms of thinking about it you believe that a stateless which it might be completely thrown away on the other hand stateful widgets have an associated state object with them and when you want to change something about that state for example a number should be seventeen and sixteen you call a set state on that stateful state and it informs its widget we might have to relay out and then that triggers the whole state rendering tree so everything is done by updating state that are associated with stateful wages that are in part of a tree with both stateful and stateless witches it's a very simple model a very beautiful model and it works really well.

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"id" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"id" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A safety net charity everything we do is focused on preserving the relationship preventing an animal in need from being youth nystere given up unnecessarily and we're going to talk about some of the things that you do and some of the unique animals that you've helped but first let's get in the mood to come down and enjoy some unique liquids out here so there's going to be beer in i actually didn't know that we are brewing vodka here in colorado springs i we have sent a nasal distilleries here in town and we're going to be offered tastings beers you mention but i'll sell risky bourbon jan round vodka amnon shine everything but wine is that correct that's okay the whiners you've got your own events for the for the other half of us and this is at a great venue id wild wild school will be in the auditorium merchan area anti first year jiang the event first year janet id wild him were really looking forward to it yes so we have to help give this event that you've started to your get it started with a bang and you're filling up that entire room so if you've ever been to that room it's pretty big it's got a stage and refilling up every corner and nook and cranny we are because we've got off the tasting stations beef got appetizers they'll be a cash far so if you don't find something you'd like to drink that's on yale and then of course we had the art sale only of getting a lotta great pieces so we expect to fill the rim yes and so what's a local artists are helping out they've donated this artwork so that you can help raise the money for your cars what types of artwork have you received i'll we're we're seeing some really fabulous paintings of animals landscapes abstract art aware we are receding on photography as well as stained glass not just plain stained glass but glass knows ax as well we have some handpainted wine goblets and we expect to get more between now and the time the event happened sirene go home with a craft wind goblet for the holidays and maybe a piece of art work would this be good for us homer an office i'll there's something for everyone.

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"id" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"id" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"The new harder to fake ids are designed to alleviate these problems says a spokesman for india's ruling party the bjp in the capital delhi tortillas back when leapt the so that uganda was prime minister of india he has used a freeze when 100 group horse from davy only fifteen or sixteen look easily just not a good too boy now we have ensured that if 100 abuse goes from here the in died one hundred rupees data breaches twoperson concern given its promise of security and efficiency the government recently decided to make our mandatory for a growing number of financial transactions every bank account and tax return must now be linked to once biometric id and an hour number is now required to receive any welfare benefits the world bank has committed that if government of india do they're higher in all his public welfare schemes then and will thing will be to the tune of almost eleven billion dollars every year i think that the savings that the government claims which spring from other are vastly exaggerated opponents of our there are like columnist an editor said dr throughout the region were sceptical when it began as a voluntary program to improve transparency in the welfare system now they are alarmed vohra the rajin says a country worth three hundred million people a quarter of the population do not have reliable electricity is unprepared to take such a huge digital leap need electrcity 247 you need the internet up and running 247 we need proper data speeds so given the limitations of technology given the absence of approval see law for the government to steamroller this kind of scheme to my mind seems to be rather illadvised internet services at best sporadic in many parts of india and in region where other ideas are now required one recent report by a worker's rights group found the system has done little to reduce corruption.

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"id" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"id" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"Over the past seven years across india almost every citizen has stood in line to get a new national id max max it's a twelve digit number backed by biometrics security headshot plus fingerprints plus an iris scan it is the most exhaustive headcount by a country in history a g bush on conde heads of har the agency running the identification program we have noted the figure of one point one five billion people among the edwards more than ninety nine percent of the others have other now ponding says the heart project which has so far cost ninety billion rupees about a billion and a half dollars improves national security by making it easier to monitor border crossings with india's neighbors like pakistan and bangladesh he says the biometric ids verify identity and weed out corruption by replacing paper records if they even exist with electronic ones of har is bringing vast sections of the country that barely entered the industrial age into the digital age many people in india don't have birth certificates or formal ids and the government says that the other program will correct this problem by issuing everyone a unique biometric identification a tool of inclusion is what the government calls it a third of india's population survives on less than two dollars a day they and many low to middle income people receive government benefits including temporary employment and public works farm subsidies and food commodities distributed through ration shops the system is rife with fraud fake paper ids fake beneficiaries and theft by middlemen preying on vulnerable often illiterate people.

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