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The checkout line -- or the check-you-out line?
Jul 26, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 26, 2004—Libraries have often been considered sanctuaries of civil liberties, where one has unmonitored access to a world of uncensored information. It is for this reason that the recent wave of book-tracking deployments in libraries around the world highlights some of the most challenging privacy questions surrounding RFID. (This is a premium article - you can read it by either registering or viewing a quick ad.)
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