Summary: Affirmative plan requires ride share drivers to be fingerprinted for security purposes. This briefs shows why this is flawed for many reasons.
Released: Filed Under: Stoa Policy
Affirmative plan requires ride share drivers to be fingerprinted for security purposes. They will use the fingerprints to compare to FBI database and verify the background check of the drivers.
This is a flawed policy for several reasons. Studies in Maryland and California have found that it adds no value to an existing well-done background check. Other studies have found that the federal fingerprint database is so flawed that it should not be used for employment purposes, in part because it was never designed for that in the first place. It has missing data and it also has “too much” data. For example, fingerprints of someone who was arrested but never convicted of a crime will come back as a “hit” on the database, and they will be denied employment even though they are not guilty of anything.
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