Inspired by a presentation by Olivia Nellums at the Identity & Identification in a Networked World symposium, one of my post-dissertation research projects will be on the privacy issues related to increased use of RFID tags in libraries. Luckily, Don Wood just posted links to some key readings to help kickstart the literature review. Thanks, Don!
Michael Zimmer, PhD
is a privacy and internet ethics scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. (full bio)
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