Saturday, April 25, 2015

RFID

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The Register | A federal court has ruled against the Texan teenager who was challenging her suspension for refusing to wear an RFID tag, despite...

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Readers may want to break out the civil liberties pitchforks in response to a new court case against a Texas high school that suspended a...

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Iain Thomson, The Register | A plan by a San Antonio school district to continuously monitor its students using RFID has run into legal problems after...

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ScienceDaily | A research article published in the current issue of the International Journal of Intellectual Property Management suggests that Big Brother could be opening...

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By David Gutierrez | A Rhode Island school district has announced a pilot program to monitor student movements by means of radio frequency identification...

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By DON CLARK A Los Angeles start-up says it has developed a way to dramatically expand the range of a popular wireless tracking technology, opening...

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Researchers at Lancaster University are developing a new generation of ‘smart tags’ to "help keep workers safe on construction sites." NEMO technology in development The research...

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 Ian GrantConsumers who buy RFID-enabled goods should have an automatic veto against their personal details being collected and associated with the device, says the...

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U.S. State Department Approves RFID Passports Amidst Privacy Concerns With the original incarnation slammed over security concerns, a new breed of RFID-enabled passports received the...

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Solar-powered Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Savi Technology, a unit of Lockheed Martin, has announced it recently began deploying solar-powered Radio Frequency Identification...

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Trevor Darnborough, whose company, Darnbro, filed for a patent on securing RFID tags to clothing, hopes other schools will be interested. By Thomas Claburn Ten schoolchildren...

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By Mary Catherine O'Connor Selling newspapers in London is a tough game, but The Evening Standard is using RFID to gain a competitive edge. The...

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George Ou The California legislature recently banned employers from mandating RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) implants for their employees.  While I’m glad I’m covered in my...

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By David Gutierrez The Delray Beach, Fla.-based company VeriChip Corp. has announced plans to implant 200 Alzheimer's patients in Palm Beach County with radio-frequency identification...

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Evan Schuman McDonalds is experimenting with the ultimate line-buster in South Korea, where customers purchase food on their cell phones, which then ring when...

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By TODD LEWAN When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved implanting microchips in humans, the manufacturer said it would save lives, letting doctors...

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Daily Mail Bank customers could soon enter their PIN codes at cash machines just by looking at the numbers in the right order. The system is...

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By Tom Shelley Last month’s ‘appeal’ to identify technologies that could prevent child abduction has moved forward rapidly In a letter published last month, prompted by...

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Newsbuster The Bush administration tells us the main reason for warrantless wiretapping and searches is, warrantless searches and spying are necessary in order to keep...

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By Mick Meaney RINF Alternative News   A German hacker and security consultant, Lukas Grunwald, has again demonstrated how Governments are enforcing insecure technology that puts our...

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