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 November 13, 2009  Laws, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Claire Swedberg reports:

Rhode Island’s governor, Donald Carcieri (R), has vetoed the latest effort by the state’s legislature to pass a bill limiting how RFID technology would be employed to track students at schools and school functions, as well as vehicles as they are tracked by E-ZPass or other toll-collection systems. With his veto of Senate Bill 211 (S. 211) on Monday, Carcieri stated that local school and community officials should be allowed to decide if they need to use RFID to track students. He cited the potential for weather-related natural disasters, terrorist attacks or crimes that might prompt a school district to want to do so.

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