Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Public to shape smart tag policy

It seems that European citizens will finally get the chance to shape policy on smart tags!?

The European Commission is setting up a group made up of citizens, scientists, data protection experts and businesses to discuss how the tags should be used.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags store data about the objects they are attached to, and are already used by some firms and supermarkets.

The new group is a result of a year-long consultation to assess European feeling towards radio tags.

Read in full - 'Public to shape smart tag policy'


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