Especially the driver's license thing, jesus. It worked for 90 years before the Internet was used by the federal government, did it actually decrease car accidents that the state of California can see that someone had a suspended license five years ago in Alabama? You could still get arrested if you drove a car in Alabama, but not if you had a license in the state you currently lived, as long as you obeyed traffic laws in the new state, of course. I'd honestly like to research this, if it's actually helped save anyone's life (in significant numbers) for them to connect the DMV across the entire country like that.
I do understand that it makes it easier to look for felons and murderers, though, and in that case it's okay.