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Corporations Need to Act Responsibly with RFID
This privacy lawyer notes that the nature of RFID technology may raise new privacy questions regarding how consumer data is collected, used, and secured.
Sep 13, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
September 13, 2004—Privacy lawyer Parry Aftab notes that the nature of RFID technology may raise new privacy questions regarding how consumer data is collected, used, and secured. In the rush to take advantage of RFID's enormous potential, Aftab notes that businesses have neglected to address some of these important questions. She also notes that, while many businesses proclaim the consumer benefits of RFID technology, polling indicates a different conclusion: in a recent survey consumers roundly rejected the idea of RFID product tracking being tied to personal payment information.
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