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12-16-2011, 01:49 PM #1
DriversEd.com Responds to Apple's Ban of Their License App
DriversEd.com, developers of the recently banned License app, issued a press release yesterday addressing the ban.
DriversEd directly addresses Senator Bob Casey’s and the Coalition for Secure Driver’s Licence’s concerns stating:
“DriversEd.com specifically and deliberately designed the app to prevent the creation of counterfeit identification...By design, it would take more effort and expertise to modify the product of the DriversEd.com 'Driver License' app than to construct a counterfeit from scratch”
“It seems highly unlikely that even the most cursory glance at fake licenses generated by the program would pass scrutiny. Comparing their screenshots against my old Ohio driver's license I can tell you that a bouncer, liquor store owner, or TSA agent would pretty much have to be legally blind to confuse a printed copy of a License-generated fake with the real deal.
Not only are the colors, layout, and font all wrong on these License-generated fakes, but modern licenses are laminated, contain embedded holograms, and have many other security features designed to defeat counterfeiters. DriversEd.com believes Apple "pulled the app prematurely.”
12-16-2011, 10:44 PM #2
It's only fake, if you make it yourself. It would B nice to B yourself on ur own ID. Without someone saying "foot forward and look at the camera". I want to jump around 4 my 21st birthday driving ID...
12-17-2011, 04:47 AM #3
But I do think they should do take 3 or 4 photos and choose the best one. Maybe the gov can learn from this app?