February 25th, 2013 Public Forum on RFID Student Locator Pilot Program

In San Antonio’s Northside Independent School District (NISD), nearly 4,000 children have been issued “Smart ID” badges implanted with an active RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tracking device. NISD has refused to offer a public forum for parents to ask question and voice concerns, so TAG has organized one.

Leon Valley Community Center
6421 Evers Road
Monday, February 25th

Presentations will be offered by a number of subject matter experts, including Dr. Katherine Albrecht- a Harvard graduate who has done extensive research on RFID, Mike Wade- RFID manufacturer, and (tentatively) a representative from the Texas ACLU.

The second half of our event will offer attendees an opportunity to ask questions of our presenters.

All NISD board members (including Dr. Wood, Superintendent) have been invited to this event in addition to the Principals of the schools which have implemented this pilot program.

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  1. Leila says:

    We got that same thing in my job. Im housekeeper in hospital. they just install that id badge tracking device. they installed it everything. even inside the bathroom. which I think they over doing it. I kinda dontlike that it feel like if we have no right of privacy anymore. Im thinking looking for another job that doesn’t have that. if go certain area in my job that didn’t have tracking device. they start to put one there. I be like damn that concidence. now Im not proud to wear the badge. I just put them in my cart. because I don’t feel lthey need to know where I walk by or how long I be in restroom. they over doing it. feel like doing something about it. or just look for another job.

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