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Privacy concerns about library checkout device
Mar 04, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
March 4, 2004—The San Francisco Public Library is ready to spend $1 million on technology that would make it easier to check out and track its collection and reduce costly workplace-related injuries. But critics fear it could plunge the library's customers into Orwellian quicksand, allowing everybody from government investigators to computer hackers to peek into the sacrosanct privacy of the book bag.
Read the article at SFGate.com
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