North Dakota adds to RFID paranoia

Apr 13, 2007 8:02 pm
From Wired blog:
North Dakota has passed a law protecting its citizens from a danger that to date only seems to affect sci-fi protagonists and people who have been lax in taking their anti-psychotic medications.

Senate Bill 2415 decrees that "a person may not require that an individual have inserted into that individual's body a microchip containing a radio frequency identification device."

Wisconsin passed a similar ban last year. After living in Madison for several years, I predict this will mainly please the perennial City Council candidate whose platform consisted of getting assistance in stopping the radio signals that government entities were beaming into his head.