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Op-Ed: Court upholds requirement to wear RFID card

San Antonio - US District Judge Orlando Garcia has rejected a lawsuit brought by student Andrea Hernandez, through her father, backed by lawyers from the Rutherford Institute.

Student expelled for refusing to wear RFID tracking chip badge

San Antonio - A student who had protested a pilot program initiated in her school for students to carry IDs with RFID tracking chips embedded was expelled from her school. However, a judge later blocked the suspension pending further hearings.

Op-Ed: Should schools monitor students with 'spychips' in student IDs?

Schools have been tracking student attendance for some time, but the methods of how students are tracked has significantly evolved over the decades. Currently, using "spychips" in schools appears to be an issue that keeps emerging its controversial head.

U.S. students, parents protest against tracking chips in ID cards

San Antonio - Parents and students in a Texas city are protesting an initiative concerning the school's ID badges. Two schools are currently in a pilot program that involves new student IDs that contain tracking chips.

Germany to introduce RFID chip cards in 2010

The Interior Ministry of Germany will introduce radio-frequency (RFID) chip identification cards on November 1, 2010 that will contain a lot of personal information, fingerprint and a pin number.

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