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    Idaho’s DMV Outlines Changes

    The DMV is beginning to shift to a new operating model for vehicle registration and titles —one that had been guided by the governor’s office and county assessors and reflects their input. The shift will be done in phases to ensure the counties can begin planning for the fiscal impact, DMV Administrator at ITD Alberto Gonzales. Read more at bonnercountydailybee.com.

    T-Mobile Data Breach 2021: Here’s What It Means for Securing Your Data

    The alleged hacker behind T-Mobile's latest cyberattack has spoken out about the August hack. The breach includes names, driver's license numbers, Social Security numbers and device identification (IMEI and IMSI) numbers for subscribers, former customers and even prospective customers. Read more at cnet.com.

    Illinois Suspends 2,700 License Plates Due to Electronic Verification System

    Nearly 2,700 Illinois license plates have been suspended in the last two months. The reason? Lack of insurance. Those drivers were caught by the Secretary of State’s new electronic verification system that launched July 1. Read more at mystateline.com.

    Nevada DMV Warns of Issues With TSA Reading Driver’s Licenses With New Card Design

    Those who have received a Nevada driver's license with the state's new card design are being advised that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at U.S. airports may have difficulty processing the license...The agency says that it is working with TSA on the issue and will provide an update when it is resolved. Read more at fox5vegas.com.

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