Book-tracking technology has critics speaking volumes

A civil liberties watchdog group is expressing concern over a newly emerging trend in school and public library technology: tracking books by inserting computer chips into each tome.

The San Francisco Public Library became the latest to adopt the practice when library officials approved a plan Oct. 2 to install tiny radio-frequency identification chips, known as RFIDs, into the roughly 2 million books, CDs,

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