“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated….” Amendment IV, United States Constitution
Did you know that for years the University of Utah has collected extensive personal information from the Utah Driver License Division without YOUR permission?
What data is shared:
driver license number or ID card number
first, middle and last name
Social Security number
height and weight
hair color and eye color
mother’s maiden name
residence PLUS the 20 previous residences
any previous names used by the driver
HB183 seeks to change this unconstitutional trend. You would be informed as to what information would be shared and then you can decide if you want to allow that as shown in lines 111-120:
111 (7) (a) The division shall include on each application for a license under this chapter an
112 explanation to the applicant that:
113 (i) the division may disclose personal identifying information as described Subsection
115 (ii) lists the personal identifying information subject to disclosure under Subsection
116 (1)(b)(v); and
117 (iii) the applicant may opt-out of the disclosure described in Subsection (1)(b)(v).
118 (b) On a form provided by the division, if an applicant requests that the division not
119 disclose the information as described in Subsection (1)(b)(v), the division may not disclose the
120 information as described in Subsection (1)(b)(v).
Our Legislators took an oath to uphold the United States Constitution. Email them and ask them to keep that oath and to protect your personal information! Ask them to vote YES on this bill.