Current attempts to assuage privacy concerns posed by RFID generally fall into the following three categories:
Political and legal (governmental). Politicians, lobbyists, and privacy-rights advocacy groups are attempting to enact legislation (and guidelines) regarding RFID use so that it does not pose a threat to the privacy rights of individuals.
Business community. This second category represents the second most crucial element in the privacy equation after consumers—the business community. Businesses can proactively take effective measures against privacy-infringement issues as an independent effort.
Technology community. Developers of RFID technology and related products are attempting to provide solutions to prevent ...