License to Kill: RFID and Privacy

Researchers have found that Apple’s smartphones and tablets record and store customers’ movements for up to a year. With that […]

Proposed Substitute House Bill 1031

The Electronic Bill of Rights, introduced by Washington Representative Jeff Morris (D), is intended to place restrictions on how RFID […]

Is the VeriChip Friend or Foe?

Troy D. Barclay, a student at Nazarene Bible College, examines both the positive and negative uses to which the VeriChip […]

The Original Spychips Rebuttal

Written by Nicholas Chavez and Jeff Goldstein of RFID Ltd., this white paper serves as a critique of Spychips, a […]

RFID Tags and Privacy

Originally published by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, this article by Jim Harper, a Washington, D.C., lawyer, explains the privacy concerns […]