Monday, January 11, 2010

New Hampshire Bars RFID

Leading the nation in what is sure to be a wildfire of similar legislation, NH House votes to bar the unauthorized implants of tracking chips in people and clothing, criminalizes the use of RFID for tracking consumers.


In a further sign of things to come, the State is updating its anti-skimming laws to prohibit the closing of data broadcast by RFID-enabled credit and debit cards. The affect may render RFID without value to retailers otherwise supporting its use.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations for their stance. I totally support their view!! Thank God this state did something bold like that. We got along fine without RFID chips, and we will be very fine without their implantation in our bodies, causing our every move and whereabouts to be known for Lord knows WHOM!!!