Sunday, February 3, 2008

NH House RFID Commission

HB686-FN, retained from the 2007 session, which "regulates the use of tracking devices in consumer products by requiring labels that inform consumers of their presence," and "also restricts the circumstances under which the state may use electronic tracking devices, and prohibits a private citizen from electronically tracking another person without that person's consent," fostered the creation of the Commission on the Use of Radio Frequency Technology. The House Commerce Committee is scheduled to revisit HB686 next week, and this was the Commission's last meeting before that benchmark. It certainly sounds like it's moving in the correct direction... 2/1/2008.

Morning Session



Afternoon session




Google Video versions (soon disappearing)

Morning Session



Afternoon session


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