April 26, 2005

U.S. Considering Wireless Passport Protection

The U.S. government is 'taking a very serious look' at improving privacy protection for the new RFID-enabled passports[...]

April 14, 2005

RFID Global Launched

For Immediate Release ROGERS, Ark./EWORLDWIRE/April 7, 2005 --- Today, RFID Global Solution, Inc. announced its official launch. RFID Global Solution team members represent the leading and most respected professionals in the industry who are veterans of some of the largest...
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RFID Cost Too High For Airlines

You may not find RFID at the airport anytime soon. Because of its cost, RFID still has not made the jump to the airlines. While seen as the answer to the problem of lost luggage, the RFID price tag is...
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April 04, 2005

The buzz is on the US RFID passports

'Bill Scannell, who has a Web site called RFIDkills.com says a terrorist could use a high-powered machine to scan a cafe and determine how many Americans were inside.'

April 01, 2005

Spy Blog: "Contactless RFID Biometric Passports in the UK - same risks as US RFID Passports"

Spy Blog: "There has been some comment online regarding the privacy and security risks of the forthcoming United States Biometric Passports, and the Department for Homeland Security's plans for Federal Employee Smart ID Cards, as outlined by this Wired article...