Proposal for a disable-model

@inproceedings{Spiekermann2004ProposalFA,
  title={Proposal for a disable-model},
  author={Sarah Spiekermann and Oliver Berthold},
  year={2004}
}
The presence of RFID technology in every-day life is expected to become a reality in the near future. Yet, as RFID tags enter consumer households and threaten to identify their owners’ belongings, whereabouts and habits concerns arise about the maintenance of privacy. People are afraid of being ‘scanned’ or tracked with the help of a technology that is invisible to them and not under their control. To address this consumer concern standardization bodies such as the Auto-ID Center have proposed… CONTINUE READING

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