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RFID: The tags that would not die
May 17, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
May 17, 2004—This article considers the arguments for an RFID tag "zombie" state in which a tag attached to a consumer good is not completely killed after purchase. Rather, it is shut down in such a way that only the retailer can reactivate it.
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