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As a member of PLA's Public Policies for Public Libraries Committee, I am contributing to the topic RFID as a Privacy Issue.  The committee is not making recommendations on this topic, but providing guidance to help in your research on this topic.
 
As a member of PLA's Public Policies for Public Libraries Committee, I am contributing to the topic RFID as a Privacy Issue.  The committee is not making recommendations on this topic, but providing guidance to help in your research on this topic.
  
[http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~dmolnar/library.pdf]
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[http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~dmolnar/library.pdf Privacy and Security in Library RFID, David Molnar and David Wagner]
  
[http://www.vtls.com/documents/privacy.pdf]
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[http://www.vtls.com/documents/privacy.pdf Personal Privacy and Use of RFID Technology in Libraries, Vinod Chachra and Daniel McPherson]
  
[http://www.eff.org/Privacy/Surveillance/RFID/20031002_sfpl_comments.php]
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[http://www.eff.org/Privacy/Surveillance/RFID/20031002_sfpl_comments.php Electronic Frontier Foundation]

Latest revision as of 17:31, 1 August 2007

As a member of PLA's Public Policies for Public Libraries Committee, I am contributing to the topic RFID as a Privacy Issue. The committee is not making recommendations on this topic, but providing guidance to help in your research on this topic.

Privacy and Security in Library RFID, David Molnar and David Wagner

Personal Privacy and Use of RFID Technology in Libraries, Vinod Chachra and Daniel McPherson

Electronic Frontier Foundation