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Ethical issues that face the mass use of RFID

Research the ethical issues that face the mass use of RFID by using Internet and journal articles and identify 3 of the most evident infringes of privacy.

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Ethical issues that face the mass use of RFID

Radio Frequency Identification is an automatic identification system that is used to enable transmission of data via a portable device called a tag, which is read by an RDFI device and then processed according to the needs of the application. Data that is transmitted through the RFDI may provide an identity or the location information about a tagged product such as the price or date of purchase of the product (Radio, n.d.). RFDI chips are common in our society today and are extensively used since they are the size of a grain of rice. Despite technology being very useful in our world today, it leaves us thinking on how ethical are such practises as implanting RFDI chips in humans and this hold information on their whereabouts, identity, psychological character, health, nationality and even security clearances. The extent to which you could use your hand as car keys, ignition keys and perform all operations on that car ...

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The ethical issues that face the mass use of RFID.