Japanese schools test use of RFID tags to track students

09/29/2004 | USA Today

In a pilot program, some Japanese schools are using chips equipped with tiny radio antennas to track students' movements through their schools' gates. One private school sends messages to parents' cell phones when their children leave school.

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