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Rfid And Consumer Privacy

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I m a 29 years old argentinian lawyer, nowadays working at the Department of Law of the University of Stockholm, Sweden, as a PhD student For the past years, I have been working in the field of IT Law and since then I have being involved in different issues related to privacy, social networks, not only for a legal point of view but as well socio and phylosophical, looking forward to being part of interesting debates. I have done my MBA of Law in Switzerland, specifically a MBA of Law in legal issues, criminality and security of new technologies, at the University of Laussane and nowadays my doctoral project seeks to investigate ...
and is an inventor. Dr. Moskowitz has been awarded over ninety United States patents. He has represented IBM at the Hardware Action Group of EPCglobal . Moskowitz's area of research has centered on privacy for wireless technology, including innovation of the " Clipped Tag " for RFID consumer privacy. The Wall Street Journal has cited the Clipped Tag on its list of 2006 Technology Innovation Winners. In 2007, the RFid Gazette selected Moskowitz as one of nine individuals who are among the top 25 influencers in the RFID industry.
three national privacy experts to address arizona legislators on ...
PHOENIX – Three nationally-recognized privacy experts will be in Phoenix on Thursday, March 13 to speak to legislators and members of the public about the privacy implications of everything from REAL ID and national identity cards to radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and enhanced driver’s licenses. Katherine Albrecht, RFID and Consumer Privacy Expert, Jim Harper, Director of Information Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, and Noam Biale, Advocacy Coordinator for the National ACLU Technology and Liberty Program, will address legislators at 9 a.m. Thursday, March 13 during the Public Safety and Human ... market research, surveys and trends
industry must move quickly, through self-regulation, to protect ...
Self-imposed industry standards regarding the digital collection and use of consumer information are the preferred solution to protect consumer privacy and empower business innovation, according to faculty at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. If industry fails to set guidelines that recognize consumer needs and expectations regarding privacy issues, it risks the government doing so in a more aggressive and potentially stifling manner. A recent article in the American Business Law Journal explores challenges to consumer privacy amid the growing use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for real-time inventory ... market research, surveys and trends


RFID Report: Applications and Implications for Consumers
Mar 4, 2005 ... to exceed $1 billion by 2007.5 Outside the retail sector, ..... B. RFID and Consumer Privacy. Against the backdrop of survey ..... Id. According to the Grocery Manufacturers of America, an estimated 8 percent of the time ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Reports by Consumers: March 2005 Archives
However, as Penny Arcade notes, the PSP suffers from a problem which is annoying gamers: dead pixels. Of course, Sony has responded to the gripes; but, I don’t know if I want to drop two hundred dollars on a game system that might have an annoying technical problem which will require my sending the unit to Sony and being without it for a month. Posted on March 31, 2005 11:50 PM by psp247 . Filed in Reports by Consumers under psp . Permalink | Comments (1) Share This music consumer reports on how to find compatible Internet services for your particular MP3 player. Very useful consumer info! A buddy of mine just bought an ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Consumers, Marketers Differ on Electronic Privacy Rules
Newswise — A new study by researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst shows that consumers and marketers have different expectations for privacy boundaries when new technology is used, and consumers most often prefer an opt-in system for revealing personal information. The study was conducted by George Milne, associate professor of marketing at the Isenberg School of Management, and Shalini Bahl, founder of iAM Business Consulting. It was published in the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing . This research is the first to directly compare consumer and marketer expectations for privacy boundaries that regulate ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Will RFID Finally Make Sense With Recycling?
Some European municipalities have begun to experiment with embedding radio frequency identification (RFID) tags into trash and recycling bins in an effort to boost recycling and reduce waste. Interest in these kinds of systems in the U.S. appears to be growing. "It has matured to the point where UHF (ultra-high frequency) has become a dominant topic" in the trash and recycling business, said Mark Scaparro, senior vice president at HID Global . "There are not a lot of deployments but the marketplace has started to take off." The motivation for tagging trash bins comes down to cost. Municipalities are swimming ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


RFID Applications of Consumer Perceptions and Privacy Concerns
three fields: consumer survey results, RFID and consumer privacy, database se- .... 3 RFID and Consumer Privacy. Against the backdrop of survey data about ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
2008 FTC Workshop: Transatlantic RFID Workshop on Consumer Privacy ...
The Federal Trade Commission staff will hold a workshop on September 23, 2008, to explore emerging applications of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and their implications for consumer protection policy.  This event, “Transatlantic RFID Workshop on Consumer Privacy and Data Security,” is free and open to the public, and no pre-registration is necessary.  The workshop will bring together industry representatives, government officials, and consumer advocates from Europe and the United States to discuss security and privacy concerns associated with RFID.  It is being held in ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Defusing the Threat of RFID: Protecting Consumer Privacy Through ...
technology at the expense of consumer privacy. “The trial is a perfect illustration of how easy it is to set up a secret RFID infrastructure and use it ...
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). What do you think? Good ...
I have worked in both the Government and Retail sector and RFID is being used to simplify and streamline processes. There is often a basic misunderstanding of the technology by laymen which is the only catch to further widespread use. The average man seems to think these little tags can be tracked from space. lol That said, the potential is great. I look forward to putting items in the cart and then going through an RFID "gate" at the register and have everything ring up without the need for a cash register operator. There will still need to be people involved because no technology reduces the need for manpower it just displaces ...
WikiAnswers - How is RFID technology used in library tagging system
RFID could be used in multiple ways. One it would aid a librarian in locating where a book or magazine is located and second it could be used to automate much of the current process. Instead of manually having to stamp a book, the book could be scanned from a longer distance. Also, the RFID tag could be used as a theft deterrant system to make sure that the book does not leave the library without being properly checked out. First answer by Tigerwhit . Last edit by Tigerwhit . Contributor trust : 1450 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 22 [ recommend question ]. Can you ...