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  • n. Radio-frequency identification.

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  • Ship2Save is one of the industry leaders in cost effective RFID Solutions and is a founding member of the Canadian Microsoft RFID Council, a member of the Microsoft Global RFID Council, an EPC Global Canada Strategic Council Member, a CompTIA RFID+ ™ Cornerstone Committee Member, and a member of Texas Instruments Tag-It Team.

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  • RFID is short for Radio Frequency Identification, which in turn can also mean Spy Chip.

    Radar spy chips

  • I feel RFID is greatly misunderstood, and deliberately misrepresented, by those with axes to grind regarding surveillance, as although the more usual passive type of RFID can technically be read from a few metres distance in ideal condition, it is very sensitive to interference from other metal items making random distance attacks infeasible.

    Electronic cash cards carried by majority of Japanese

  • Check out the first two minutes of this clip of Mythbusters Adam Savage telling the folks at the HOPE hacker conference about how the Discovery Channel was bullied by big credit card companies out of airing a program about how crappy the security in RFID tags is:

    Credit Card Companies Killed ‘Mythbusters’ Segment on RFID Security Vulnerabilities | Disinformation

  • Check out the first two minutes of this clip of Mythbusters 'Adam Savage telling the folks at the HOPE hackercon about how the Discovery Channel was bullied by big credit-card companies out of airing a program about how crappy the security in RFID tags is.

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  • Mythbusters 'Adam Savage now says that credit-card companies and Texas Instruments didn't lean on him to kill a story about vulnerabilities in RFID cards:

    Boing Boing

  • This is a London pet shop which advertised chipping pets (as in RFID, not Fargo).

    Plot | strategic design & innovation agents:

  • As for RFID and passports: yeah, RFID is still too open but it's going to get better as it is and has been a high profile technology.

    US Gov Helps Identity Thieves UPDATED

  • Compulsory RFID is for PACKAGING, not for the end product.

    iRiver to use spy chips

  • International government, medical, military and other concerns insist RFID is absolutely vital for a host of applications ranging from inventory control to making sure patients get the correct medication.

    RFID ‘really scary technology’

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