California mulls RFID privacy law
California is on the brink of introducing privacy laws to safeguard personal data stored on radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in government issued documents and identification cards.
The Identity Information Protection Act of 2006 was passed by state legislators last month and only needs the approval of California Gobernator Arnold Schwarzenegger to become law. The measures are designed to safeguard against either criminal of government abuse of RFID tags by mandating the use of privacy-protecting technologies, such as encryption. California mulls RFID privacy law | Channel Register
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