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IBM Addresses RFID Privacy
Contributed by: SHA, at 6/15/2005 10:13:00 AM.

Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology promises to speed supply chain operations by automating the tracking of goods. But its potential to track people has privacy advocates crying foul.
IBM's privacy practice, launched on Tuesday, aims to help businesses avoid privacy fallout.
RFID uses electronic tags for storing data and identifying items. On Tuesday, IBM launched an RFID privacy consulting practice to help its clients take advantage of RFID while maintaining their customers privacy.
"RFID is a mechanism to capture information, so the issue becomes, 'What information are people capturing?'" said Cal Slemp, vice president of security and privacy services for IBM Global Services. "Are they sensitive to what they're capturing? Are they also sensitive to regulations around the world?"

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