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Haggling Over RFID Intellectual-Property Rights
Jun 28, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
June 28, 2004—There are two groups whose competing standards proposals are under consideration at EPCglobal: "Global" and "Freedom". At this stage, one of the major philosophical disagreements between the two is whether those companies that have contributed intellectual property to the standards should be compensated; the Global group - including Zebra, Intermec, and Philips - is for compensation, while Freedom - including Alien and Matrics - is against.
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