RFID Privacy Forum
Give Me Back My Sanity
Posted By Mark Roberti, 07.02.2007
Denise Richardson, author of "Give Me Back My Credit," is spreading a lot of false information about radio frequency identification.
RFID Education for Consumers
Posted By Mark Roberti, 06.15.2007
The National Consumers League has created a brochure and a special section on its Web site to help consumers understand radio frequency identification.
Business 2.0 Gets It Wrong
Posted By Mark Roberti, 05.16.2007
Senior Editor Chris Taylor says RFID might be derailed by concerns over privacy. Here’s why he’s wrong.
McAfee Recycles Old Privacy Fears
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.24.2007
A new report raises the specter of RFID being used to infringe on consumer privacy, but the information presented is wrong.
Power to the People
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.20.2007
One of the great ironies concerning RFID being used by the U.S. government to control people is that, thanks to technology, people have more power today than they've ever had.
A Business Story About RFID
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.19.2007
National Public Radio did a straightforward news piece on RFID—and privacy didn't come up.
"Real ID" Reality Check
Posted By Privacy Administrator, 03.14.2007
In this Viewpoint from AIM Global, Editor Bert Moore discusses the supposed “victory” privacy advocates achieved when the U.S. Department of Homeland Security opted to use bar codes instead of RFID on driver’s licenses.
Octopus's Arms Reach Far and Wide
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.06.2007
The people of Hong Kong love their RFID payment cards and are using them for far more than just subway rides.
Be Afraid—of Ignorant Bloggers
Posted By Privacy Administrator, 02.26.2007
Those who confuse long-range active RFID tags with extremely short-range tags are a menace to society.
RFID and Privacy: Frequently Asked Questions
Posted By Privacy Administrator, 02.05.2007
As a resource for the public and retailers planning to deploy
RFID, Motorola's Enterprise Mobility Business (formerly Symbol
Technologies) provides answers to frequently asked questions
related to RFID and privacy.