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New Consumer Product: RFID Tag "Zapper"
The TagZapper! is nothing more than a simple handheld device that will "fulfill consumer demand for a means to protect their privacy."
Mar 17, 2005—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
March 17, 2005—Ever since RSA Security announced it had patented an RFID tag "killing" process, we knew a product such as the TagZapper! was right around the corner. It is nothing more than a simple handheld device that deactivates any RFID tags you might be carrying on your person. According to the website, it is "intended to fulfill consumer demand for a means to protect their privacy." The product is apparently not yet available, and the site provides no indication of when it will be released. For the truly impatient, firstname.lastname@example.org is provided as a contact.
"TagZapper, for the Katherine Albrecht in all of us."
TagZapper! website (still under construction)
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