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RFID lawsuit: Gotta have it or make it stop?

RFID lawsuit: Gotta have it or make it stop?

The US Dept. of Agriculture filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the agency’s plant to implement a livestock traceability program using radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. But lawyers for the plaintiffs want the court to hear the case. Read the full...

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‘Why Is My City Monitoring Me?’

‘Why Is My City Monitoring Me?’

Caleb Kruckenberg, an attorney with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, which is representing Canosa in his suit against Coral Gables, said he is skeptical of that claim. “In practice, what they’ve done is they’ve set up at least 30 cameras around the city, and it’s not...

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USDA Withdraws RFID Requirement

USDA Withdraws RFID Requirement

The United States Department of Agriculture has apparently reversed course on the issue of radio frequency identification (RFID) for cattle. In April of 2019, APHIS posted a factsheet to provide producers with information about the Agency’s guidelines and goals...

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Executive Orders Address Federal Overreach

Executive Orders Address Federal Overreach

In his ongoing promise to roll back unnecessary regulations, President Donald Trump signed two executive orders Wednesday to improve transparency and fairness surrounding federal regulatory guidance.Trump’s executive orders, “Bringing Guidance out of the Darkness” and...

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