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New Hampshire Legislature Considers Banning Biometrics in State-Issued IDs
By: News Report on February 17, 2010
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The New Hampshire Legislature is a considering a bill that would ban the use of biometric information, such as fingerprints, iris scans and DNA, in state-issued and private identification cards, with exceptions for employee ID cards, SC Magazine reported. New Hampshire Rep. Daniel Itse, who co-sponsored the bill, said the government shouldn’t collect that information about people. The legislation is opposed by biometric security trade groups who say the technology contains adequate privacy protections.

Read more at SC Magazine.

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