California elementary school tests radio ID badges

02/9/2005 | Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.), The

As part of a pilot program, seventh- and eighth-graders at Brittan Elementary School near Yuba City, Calif., several weeks ago began wearing radio frequency identification devices that are scanned as they pass through classroom doors to track student attendance. The ACLU and other privacy rights groups are urging the school board to stop the program immediately.

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