Schwarzenegger terminates RFID bill
Legislative proposals to regulate government use of RFID technology in California have been vetoed by state governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Identity Information Protection Act of 2006 (SB 768), which would have introduced privacy laws to safeguard personal data stored on radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in government-issued documents and identification cards, was one of 73 bills that Schwarzenegger declined to sign against 110 he signed onto the state's statute books late last month.
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