Implantable RFID Chips - Security versus Ethics

@inproceedings{Kumar2007ImplantableRC,
  title={Implantable RFID Chips - Security versus Ethics},
  author={V. Kumar},
  booktitle={FIDIS},
  year={2007}
}
  • V. Kumar
  • Published in FIDIS 2007
  • Engineering, Computer Science
Implantable RFID chips are being seen as a potential security device in near future with the application oriented availability of these chips in marketplace. The applications are seen in a wide domain from health monitoring to emergency solutions, but there is a darker side with erosion of privacy and breach in the bodily integrity with implantation of such chips. The applications of the implantable RFID chips have been discussed with a look on the concerned technology. The legal and ethical… Expand
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