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New Hampshire's E-ZPass Sytem Raises Privacy Issues

Privacy advocates are wary of the new E-ZPass system for paying tolls in New Hampshire, warning that it will make it easier to track people's movements. Though state officials say strict policies are in place to prevent that, one lawmaker says he is sure law enforcement and parties to lawsuits will go after the data.

Some concerned about privacy implications of E-ZPass system, Associated Press, March 21, 2005.