RFID in Libraries

4/26/2004

UM Center for Information Policy

Filed under: — Laura @ 9:02 am

The University of Maryland’s Center for Information Policy (CIP) is currently researching RFID. According to its web site:

Another project is considering the use of information collection and transmission technologies such as radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and smart cards. As expected, our research has found a significant lack of public understanding of the technology, but surprisingly, a significant level of distrust even in the context of homeland security applications, and a very significant consensus for governmental regulation.

They haven’t posted any of the research yet. They don’t have an RSS feed, but you can subscribe to their newsletter by sending an email to infopolicy@umd.edu

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