The Ultimate Privacy Argument Against RFID


A new book—Spychips—uses patent applications, interviews and document searches. Privacy arguments tend to be emotional, often expressed in terms of "security versus privacy." Privacy arguments tend to be emotional, often expressed in terms of "security versus privacy." A new book out about the future of RFID goes far beyond that. The authors of Spychips do not hesitate to go for the emotional jugular frequently, using references and examples from the Bible, the Nazis, the Russian government and the George Orwell classic 1984. The Ultimate Privacy Argument Against RFID

Linked by shanmuga Wednesday, 26th October 2005 8:49PM