London Oyster card - a tool for spouse stalkers?

Tuesday, 21 February 2006, 12:11 AM EST

Transport for London's (TfL) 'ID card lite', the Oyster travelcard, is already being illicitly used to snoop on people's movements, according to the Independent on Sunday. The problem stems from the fact that TfL records the journeys made using the card, and gives owners easy internet access to their personal audit trail. But it's perhaps too easy.

At The Register.

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