Direct marketers can access the data base.<quoted text>they have a pre set-up access to the database they pay for. so do other people who have to check driving records.
again, the guy swiping your DL at the local Circle K isn't accessing the DMV database as idiot Rox-in-his-head states is the case and is just too much of a wuss to back out of...
You cannot dance on the head of a pin here. States CAN permit those who sale alcohol to do so as monitoring alcohol sales is also an interest of the state. The law passed by congress did make an exception as you have.
A system that allows age to be verified without the clerk having access to ALL the information on your card including your address and birthday is protecting your privacy more than the back-woods way of doing.
You can cover all the info on the card and just show your picture. Tap your card. Approval is given
Quick, easy and very legal-despite all your claims to the contrary.