California has led the way in privacy legislation, much of which has largely been followed by other states. Will they follow with legislation similar to this to solve a problem that is more theoretical than real?
California outlaws the forced subdermal RFID tagging of humans:
"Worrying that your employer will force you to stick a small chip beneath your skin ranks low on the list of employee concerns in most parts of the country, but that didn't stop the state of California from passing a bill last week to ban such forced tagging of humans. The state senator who sponsored the bill called forced RFID tagging the 'the ultimate invasion of privacy,' and his bill is now on its way to the governor's desk for his signature. ..."