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The controversial anti-RFID bill that stalled recently in the California Legislature is poised for a comeback at the start of 2006. Both sides are ‘anxiously’ awaiting the next round.
California is not the only state considering legislation related to RFID and contactless technology. At least eleven other bills are at various stages in their respective processes.
A leading security company is embarking on a proactive effort to address the privacy concerns raised by lawmakers and activist groups. Assa Abloy ITG has released a best-practices approach and scheduled a discussion forum related to this sensitive topic.
What did it take for Chase to launch blink and what will it take for blink – and contactless payments in general – to be deemed a success? ContactlessNews posed these and other questions to a man who is helping lead the ‘battle against cash,’ Chase’s Scott Rau.
Semiconductor Insight’s Geoff MacGillivray explores the different computer chip memories commonly used in cards and tokens … providing great ‘insight’ into the identification technologies we use to secure our world.
A pioneering contactless company, OTI, was honored with Frost and Sullivan’s Company of the Year award. One the company’s major projects, a parking payment solution that operates in cities across Israel, also brought good news with a multi-year contract renewal.