METRO calls back Payback with RFID

February 28, 2004

As reported earlier, METRO AG tried to establish hidden RFID Chips for their "Payback" loyalty cards, to be used by customers of the German "Future Store" in Rheinberg.

After sharp criticism of activists like FoeBuD, METRO has now decided to start a callback. The cards will be replaced by loyalty cards without RFID.

Source: heise (in German)


Posted by rwasserfuhr

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There are more updates on this available here:
http://www.rfidprivacy.org/blog/archives/000089.html
http://www.in-sourced.com/article/articleview/1396/1/1/
http://www.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,4057,8833393%255E15306,00.html

Posted by: Anders at March 1, 2004 02:12 PM

This is the first time that I have written to you.
I represent "Advanced Airport Systems Technology Research Consortium" (ASTREC) .
Research activities are conducted jointly by the airport operator, airlines, home-delivery companies, RFID technology related companies and system vendors under the direction and cooperation of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT) and other respective government agencies.
Our home page has plenty of information about RFID ,airport system and trial report.
If you are interested, why don't you take a look?
Here is the address. (http://www.astrec.jp/en/index.html)
Contact us.(info@astrec.jp)

Sincerely,

Posted by: astrec at December 30, 2004 07:57 PM
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