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Archives for 'RFID Tags' category.

Marks & Spencer starts tracking tag trials - Silicon.com

'Marks & Spencer has begun a trial of the controversial radio frequency ID (RFID) tracking tags in clothes at one of its UK stores this week as part of plans to improve stock accuracy and product availability for customers.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:29 PM Sat 18 Oct 2003 Categories: RFID Tags , Silicon.com , Surveillance & Security
'Big Brother' smart tags in stores face legal battle - The Telegraph

'Retailers using microchips in products to track customers are facing legal challenges from freedom campaigners anxious to curb the abuse of the "Big Brother" technology.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:38 PM Mon 1 Sep 2003 Categories: Privacy , RFID Tags , The Telegraph