[LINK] Airport to tag passengers
gramadan at umd.com.au
Mon Oct 16 11:56:46 AEST 2006
I agree... the future of people tracking will be via facial recognition. You
want need RFID.
Kim Holburn wrote:
> On 2006 Oct 15, at 11:10 PM, Karl Auer wrote:
>> On Sun, 2006-10-15 at 22:12 +1000, Geoffrey Ramadan wrote:
>>> surface appears to conform to the 4 basic RFID privacy resolutions (from
>>> the world's data protection and privacy commission)
>>> 1) data not linked to personal information
>>> 2) person fully informed
>>> 3) only use data for what it was intended for
>>> 4) able to delete or disable RFID tag
>> Are these the only four?!? What about a person's choice not to take
> If you have a look at this:
> Soon it won't matter because there will be face-recognition systems that
> can follow you without tags.
>>> Again in this Airport tag example, the Technologist, the Airport
>>> Authorities, Consultants, Enforcement Agencies and most likely the
>>> Government would have been all been involved in this project. Each
>>> should have considered any privacy issues. They most likely did and
>>> found no objection!
>> Hm. Conspicuous absence from the list - passengers. And it's a pretty
>> pious hope that the groups you mention there are likely to have
>> considered any privacy issues except from the perspective of how to
>> evade, avoid or neutralise them.
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