RFID: Emerging Policy Issues

Millar, Sheila A.
April 2005
Paper, Film & Foil CONVERTER (PFFC);Apr2005, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
Focuses on the issue regarding the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic product code technology for the converting industry in the U.S. Primary concern surrounding the use of this technology; Usefulness of the report of the workshop recommending industry self-regulation in lieu of regulation at present; Key to successful deployment and consumer acceptance of RFID.


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