U.S. Government’s “National Internet ID” Experiment Begins: Security Now 454

Published on May 6, 2014 by twit

Steve talks about the announcement of the start of the pilot program for the NSTIC (National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace), the U.S. Government’s own “National Internet ID.”

For the full episode, visit http://twit.tv/show/security-now/454

3 thoughts on “U.S. Government’s “National Internet ID” Experiment Begins: Security Now 454

  1. Is Steve Gibson a Communist? Because only a Communist IDIOT would advocate this. So stop playing the, “Well, let’s talk about this for a minute” Communist crap. No one voted on it. It was not up for debate and cannot be up for debate because it’s UNCONSTITUTIONAL!!!

  2. I made the mistake of watching the lying kike in the video, and now I need a cigarette.

    His job is to “break it to you gently” that this national I.D, is coming by giggling about it, and making no mention of the threat that it actually is to the American people.

    Banks have been successfully doing business on the internet for years without any government-issued I.D., so the only point he makes in favor of this program in non-sense.

    If the banks saw any threat to doing business on the internet, or thought it might cost them money, you’d have to go to a teller for all transactions, but instead they’re constantly pushing their “e-banking” on everyone.

    The ONLY purpose of this I.D. program is to insure that the government can identify all of their potential enemies, and imprison them for one reason or another.

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