2010 California Code
Civil Code
Title 1.81.2. Confidentiality Of Driver’s License Information

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 1798.90.1

1798.90.1.  (a) (1) Any business may swipe a driver's license or
identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles in any
electronic device for the following purposes:
   (A) To verify age or the authenticity of the driver's license or
identification card.
   (B) To comply with a legal requirement to record, retain, or
transmit that information.
   (C) To transmit information to a check service company for the
purpose of approving negotiable instruments, electronic funds
transfers, or similar methods of payments, provided that only the
name and identification number from the license or the card may be
used or retained by the check service company.
   (D) To collect or disclose personal information that is required
for reporting, investigating, or preventing fraud, abuse, or material
misrepresentation.
   (2) A business may not retain or use any of the information
obtained by that electronic means for any purpose other than as
provided herein.
   (b) As used in this section, "business" means a proprietorship,
partnership, corporation, or any other form of commercial enterprise.
   (c) A violation of this section constitutes a misdemeanor
punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for no more than one
year, or by a fine of no more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or
by both.


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Disclaimer: These posts are not intended to be legal advice and are only provided as a reference.  Readers are asked to comment below if they find additional information or errors in this material.  Readers are also advised to consult local legal authorities before scanning IDs with an ID Scanner.  The author is NOT a lawyer nor is this information intended to serve as legal advice.

 
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