OPINION: Will RFID ever be welcome in our lives?

January 2009
Stuff;Jan2009, Issue 118, p89
The article presents the author's comments on the role of radio frequency identification (RFID) in human life. RFID has the potential to destroy the well-meaning others through identity theft, and targeted-ad-overload brain-melt. It is stated that RFID is in the best interests of human life as it wirelessly transmits data


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