Europe has adopted a new radio-frequency identification (RFID) privacy framework. It won't come into effect for six months, and even then will be voluntary, but it does attempt to put the European citizens' privacy onto the RFID agenda. The "Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessment Framework for RFID Applications" was …
"Level 0 systems are attached to pallets, crates and so forth and have no privacy implications."
Won't someone think of the pallets?
About the pallets
I'm just thinking of the pallets and it seems to me that if there is ownership attached, then there actually can be privacy issues. For example if I was shipping pallets of stolen goods then I might not want anybody to know it was me. Ok, maybe that wasn't the best example ....
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