RFID privacy: Why not do it right?

Wednesday, 30 May 2007, 1:31 PM EST

California is again taking the lead on privacy issues (see “Knitting legal patchwork quilts"). The state’s approach with one use of RFID is a good one, but unfortunately it is only looking at a very small part of the problem.

California’s attention to privacy issues begins with its constitution in Article 1, Section 1. California politicians pay attention, at least some of the time. Also, the state’s Office of Privacy Protection lists hundreds of laws and pending legislation dealing with privacy.

At NetworkWorld.

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