I spend a fair amount of time these days thinking about 'threat models' for national databses and national ID cards.
Today's New York Times has an article that encapsulates one of the major worries, what we sometimes call the “usual suspect bit”. Read Odyssey of State Capitols and State Suspicion. Now imagine someone informs on you…
You would think that in a rational world that if you had been investigated and found to be safe that you would go into a “don’t worry about this guy” list.
Real tough to have a foreign name when you live in a country that is at war with the country your name comes from. Feel sorry for the guy.