Rest in peace, old friend.
If they were "hacked" then the folks who's data was leaked blame the wily hackers. If they let it stand that the data was just freely available on the web, it's a liability to the telecoms involved; i.e. "it's not our fault, it's THOSE guys."
In those cases, you just roll your eyes, add the signature and collect your paycheck.
You tell them your name and address. They manually cross your name off of a printed list. There is no live database, there is no real checking.
Can you say "ripe for abuse?"
Not in my state. They cannot legally ask for ID at a polling place (not that it'd do any good if they did as you don't even need to be in the country legally to get a DL in New Mexico).
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We should let them launch one, every now and then, just to stay fresh.
Because that's it's main selling point.
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