New chips called a danger to privacy
State lawmakers have crafted a bill that, if passed, would make New Hampshire the first state in the nation to regulate so-called "spy chips" in an effort to protect consumer privacy.
The full House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on the measure, House Bill 203, in January.
State lawmakers and advocates say it represents the most complete effort so far among the states to address the use of radio frequency identification, or RFID, microchips. Foster's Online, Dover, New Hampshire
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