California Senate fights RFID tracking

Wednesday, 18 April 2007, 12:21 AM EST

California's state Senate struck a major blow against the enemies of mankind in the inevitable war against The Machines.

Legislation approved Monday would prohibit public schools from requiring the implementation of radio-wave devices that broadcast students' personal identification and monitor their movement around campus information the mechanical horrors could theoretically use to turn our children into livestock.

At The Register.

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