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DHS Privacy Office Bashes RFID Technology To Track People

The Department of Homeland Security’s Privacy Office has issued a draft report that strongly criticizes privacy and security risks of using radio frequency identification devices for human identification. Public comment on the paper is being taken until May 22. The privacy office says the technology offers little performance benefit for identification purposes compared with other methods and could turn the government’s identification system into a surveillance system. Full Story

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