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Hasbrouck on RFID Passports
Excerpt: In his closing CFP keynote, Bill Scannell of RFIDKills.com asked for voice votes by the audience on whether a series of government measures including the use of secretly and remotely-readable RFID chips in passports were stupid or evil. "Both" seemed t...
Weblog: Emergent Chaos
Tracked: Tuesday, 19 April 2005, 12:08 (12:08 PM)
Don't think you can remove that RFID chip in your passport
Excerpt: Ed Hasbrouck points to the Notice of Proposed Rule-Making for the RFID passports. Here's the summary:...
Weblog: Educated Guesswork
Tracked: Tuesday, 19 April 2005, 12:27 (12:27 PM)
RFID passports atCFP.
Excerpt: RFID passports at CFP .
Weblog: Privacy Digest: Privacy News (Civil Rights,Encryption, Free Speech, Cryptography)
Tracked: Tuesday, 19 April 2005, 14:35 ( 2:35 PM)
More on RFID passports
Excerpt: Edward Hasbrouck writes from CFP2005: Stupid or evil? Incompetent or lying? You be the judge. That pretty much sums up my opinion, which I wrote earlier this month....
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Tracked: Tuesday, 19 April 2005, 19:23 ( 7:23 PM)
The Practical Nomad blog: RFID passports at CFP
Excerpt: On the frustratingly ill-conceived development of US passports containing RFID chips that will allow you to be identified as a US passport-holder, and potentially have your information swiped, without even taking the thing out of your pocket. "Stupid o...
Weblog: Groovy Links
Tracked: Wednesday, 20 April 2005, 09:03 ( 9:03 AM)
California Anti-RFID Bill Gains Momentum.
Excerpt: California Anti-RFID Bill Gains Momentum .
Weblog: Privacy Digest: Privacy News (Civil Rights,Encryption, Free Speech, Cryptography)
Tracked: Thursday, 28 April 2005, 13:32 ( 1:32 PM)
Don't believe everything you hear
Excerpt: At the recent CFP in Seattle, a rep of the US State Department tried to explain why the RFID proposed to go into US passports was as safe as could be. Nobody can read a thing unless they're about 10cm (about 4 inches) away. Really. Then Barry Ste...
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Tracked: Monday, 16 May 2005, 11:59 (11:59 AM)