TSA Accidentally Publishes Copy of My Drivers’ License in Brief About Privacy

Professional Troublemaker

I realized after I made my last post that the TSA, in its brief explaining why its employees deserve privacy in the form of having their names and faces redacted from any documents it releases, accidentally (I would assume) published a copy of my drivers’ license!

While not the cleareset image in the world, in the version you can download from the court, you can zoom in well enough to get most of my name, most of my drivers’ license number, and my date of birth (a violation of Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 5.2(a)(2)). I’m leaving it up on the blog because I’m always happy to trade a little of my privacy for the sake of exposing the hypocritical foolishness of the TSA. That and you know that if you steal my identity, I’ll track you down. 😉

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