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The RFID crystal ball: Will the chips eventually talk to us, too?

Milwaukee, Wis. - It's a warm summer Saturday night. You and your friends decide to watch a Milwaukee Brewers game at Miller Park, buying the cheap tickets for seats in the upper deck. But there's a small crowd at the game, so you decide to move down to the more expensive seats.

None of the people who paid good money for those better seats is concerned about your presence, because ......

Full article >>> management and health care security, two applications now dominating current public discussions. And he cautions that there should be greater public debate on how far society is willing to go with the technology, since it has such deep implications for privacy.

RFID, fundamentally, is about communications. Zach envisions that its applications will all support very basic communication need......

Full article >>> zations and websites devoted to the concerns, some suggesting that RFID will lead to an Orwellian world and others raising the specter that the technology is another sign of the impending end of the world.

The privacy fears must be more deeply addressed, because, while such concerns can be legitimate, the technology offers so much potential for a better organized world, Zach says.

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Source:wistechnology.com By David Niles 11/02/05


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