Beware of Companies Scanning Your Driver’s License

At schools, hospitals and even cruise ships, you’ll likely turn over your driver’s license to security without a second thought. But security experts warn that having your ID scanned through those magnetic strip readers could be putting you at risk for identity theft. Silka Gonzalez discusses this privacy rights issue on NBC 6 South Florida and Telemundo 51. Watch in English: https://bit.ly/2IllLqq or Spanish: https://bit.ly/2IgDL5a

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