Archive for ID Card News

03 Dec 2012

Fake ID scam uncovered as teens use tattoo ink to change date of birth

Comments Off on Fake ID scam uncovered as teens use tattoo ink to change date of birth ID Card News

Here’s an article worth a read posted on Nzherald.co.nz. Teenagers in New Zealand have been altering their driver’s licenses to gain entry into bars. They use tattoo ink to change their birth date and cover it with a thin transparent plastic film. If they peel off the film they can erase the altered text. They’ve […]

28 Nov 2012

Mesa Vista High School Considers Implementing Student IDs

Comments Off on Mesa Vista High School Considers Implementing Student IDs ID Card News

Here’s an article worth a read posted on My.hsj.org. The principle and staff of Mesa Vista High School are considering implementing student ID cards for all students. They feel there are certain advantages to the ID cards, claiming they will help them to better integrate with local colleges, where some students take additional classes. The […]

27 Nov 2012

Cops: Norristown woman arrested for selling fake IDs

Comments Off on Cops: Norristown woman arrested for selling fake IDs ID Card News

Check out this article on Timesherald.com. A woman was arrested in Norristown for selling fake ids and giving out false social security numbers. After she was arrested she let officers look through her phone and get more information about whom she was selling too. She is facing charges of fraud and forgery. Police also had […]

26 Nov 2012

‘Cops in Shops’ program aims to prevent underage drinking

Comments Off on ‘Cops in Shops’ program aims to prevent underage drinking ID Card News

Here’s an article worth a read posted on Udreview.com. Cops in Delaware have been known to work at liquor stores and catch underage people buying alcohol. It’s a Delaware state law that no one under the age of 21 is allowed to go into a liquor store, even if it’s just for a bag of […]

26 Nov 2012

Student Expelled for Refusing Location Tracking RFID Badge – Are you for or against this?

Comments Off on Student Expelled for Refusing Location Tracking RFID Badge – Are you for or against this? ID Card News

Here’s an article worth a read posted on Infowars.com. The article details how Andrea Hernandez is being taken out of John Jay High School in San Antonio. Basically a new rule has been introduced requiring students to wear a RFID badge that would constantly track their movements. The battle to not have to wear the […]

23 Nov 2012

Uni blasted for disclosing personal details to 3rd party contractor

Comments Off on Uni blasted for disclosing personal details to 3rd party contractor ID Card News

Interesting article posted on Theaustralian.com.au. Macquarie University is getting into trouble for giving out personal data about their employees and their students to the Commonwealth Bank contractor, which is creating the universities new campus cards. The Office of Privacy Commission has turned down Macquarie’s internal review findings saying they did not break the NSW Privacy […]

23 Nov 2012

Eastern Michigan University Undergrads can soon record LBC events with QR codes

Comments Off on Eastern Michigan University Undergrads can soon record LBC events with QR codes ID Card News

Interesting article posted on Easternecho.com. Eastern Michigan University is presenting their undergrad students with the opportunity to track their attendance by using a code reader quick response system. The academic chairs at EMU have used provider code codeREADr.com for their attendance tracking process. This is a very effective and inexpensive way to track what the […]