This is how they build the verified database the govt will be using against us very soon.
And now I’m on a list.
Chooses to opt out. Gets on Snapchat with face filter to rant about it.
I have Global Entry so this doesn’t really bother me as the feds already have my photo and fingerprints but on the article’s [photo](https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Screen-Shot-2019-04-22-at-8.56.24-PM.png) of the CBP sign…
> For certain non-U.S. citizens, the photograph will be used as a biometric confirmation of departure from the United States as required by law (e.g., [8 U.S.C. § 1365b](https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1365b)).
What the hell is that supposed to mean? (referenced law linked)
> You’ll need your U.S. passport with you — even if you’re flying domestically.
So, not really opt-out.
You can opt out of having your image taken at the airport but the airport already has a profile of you they get from the government, which is the concerning part. There’s no way to opt out of that.
The government knows you’re getting on the plane with or without your picture.
Yes, I really don’t want to be another victim of state surveillance.
I’m going to go with this is horrible for identical twins.
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