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RFID technology has been around for decades; however, the promise of simple, low-cost tags about five years ago energized hundreds of companies to start looking at potential uses. It also spawned the Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and U.S. Department of Defense compliance programs. These mandates failed to produce the desired results. After suppliers complained that the tags were too expensive and the technology was bulky, Wal-Mart and the Pentagon relaxed their directives so that now only five Wal-Mart distribution centers have been RFID-enabled. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Companies in different sectors have come to understand that RFID ...
PHOENIX - The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona will host a town hall meeting on Thursday, March 13 featuring national privacy experts who will discuss the interplay between cutting-edge technology and individual privacy rights. Entitled: "From REAL ID to RFID: An ACLU Town Hall on Threats to Privacy," the free town hall meeting will specifically focus on the civil liberties implications of tagging Arizona driver's licenses with radio frequency identification (RFID) chips and creating the nation's first-ever de facto national identity card system through REAL ID. Read More
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