this person recommends dispensing with privacy completely, and using a firm(ware) data base as a cross check to protect your rights. The argument being it is worse to have someone build a fake you than the real you - Might be on to something here - under this system your ID could never be compromised, because it is written in stone - so to speak - so no one could simulate you - and no one could rob the data base for more knowledge to complicate the scheme.
Perhaps this would make it easier to clean up one's ID at the big three credit bureaus because they would have an authority they could cross check. I saw on 60 minutes Sunday, that it is still a nightmare to get inaccurate information off your credit report, because they essentially leave the onus on you to prove yourself! A very vexing situation indeed!
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