RFID Privacy Debate Leaves Questions Unanswered
A fiery debate on privacy at the AIM Global conference late Thursday unearthed more questions and problems than answers and solutions.
The panel debate addressed concerns around lack of communication by government agencies, and privacy and security of personal data used in connection with radio frequency identification (RFID) technology.
Ross Stapleton-Gray, president and principal analyst at Stapleton-Gray & Associates Inc., led the discussion. The panelists included Lee Tien, senior attorney at Electronic Frontier Foundation, a non-profit civil liberties group focused on high-tech issues; and J. Howard Beales III, associate professor of strategic management and public policy at the George Washington University School of Business. TechWeb | News | Analysis: RFID Privacy Debate Leaves Questions Unanswered
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