The most popular RFID Restriction Act in the Unite

2022-08-04
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The RFID Restriction Act of the United States was defeated badly

Abstract: faced with fierce opposition from high-tech companies, the state act of California restricting the adoption of RFID technology by public institutions suffered a major setback. But its promoters say they still hope to push the agenda in September

in the face of fierce opposition from high-tech companies, the landmark state bill restricting the adoption of RFID technology by public institutions has been greatly frustrated

the Judiciary Committee of the house of Representatives shelved the RFID restriction measures this year without discussion, which led us to often confuse the wire change experimental machine with the material change experimental machine. Senator Joe simitian, the active promoter of the restriction bill, strongly disliked it. He vowed to put the bill on the agenda again before the legislative recess on September 9

the controversial issues include whether personal privacy will be threatened if this high-tech is applied to millions of driver licenses, public school student ID cards, national medical cards and public library cards uniformly issued by the state

"the bottom line is whether it deserves more comprehensive consideration and research," said Greg Larsen, a spokesman for the high-tech alliance who opposes the simitian bill. "The senator's bill is an attempt to ban a technology that has not caused security problems anywhere in the world so far."

"this is an unfortunate misunderstanding." disappointed simitian countered this. He thought it was not a Prohibition Act. He just suggested that the application of this technology should be further promoted in three years

simitian's AB 682 act - 2005 identity information protection act mainly puts forward three views: it is forbidden to obtain or steal information on RFID devices, and the government must strictly protect and encrypt personal information whenever it adopts this technology in the future, and puts forward a three-year extension of the application of this technology

this bill, which was previously passed in the Senate, was jointly proposed by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the privacy information exchange

business opponents of the bill worry that the proposal will affect the reputation of the technology. RFID technology can be applied commercially from farms to shopping malls, from cows to containers containing cornflakes

"I think his mistrust of the social interests of this technology is a bit misleading," said Jeffrey Katz, Deputy Marketing Director of ATMEL, a company that produces RFID chips in Los Angeles. When asked how he felt about the decision to stop analyzing the disposal results on Thursday, he replied in an e-mail that "the word" elation "is too strong, but I am really encouraged"

simitian said that he is not trying to limit the technology that is regarded as replacing bar codes. Instead, he is only seeking a delay for state and local governments in the new application of technology

simitian is a friend of a high-tech company and has been awarded the best member of the year by the U.S. electronic territory foundation. However, he still faces joint opposition from companies engaged in the technology industry. Some companies are from the Washington High Tech Trust Association, while others hire skilled lobbyists and public relations consultants to convey their opposition to lawmakers

since Silicon Valley companies passed legislation to recycle electronic waste in 2002 and 2003, the power of technology lobbying is obvious

RFID technology, which was adopted as early as World War II, has been used more and more with the decline of price. The basic RFID structure includes a RF that needs complete information and can call the Jinan new era gold assay experimental motor to request the chip. It has developed a insulation solution ID tag suitable for the different needs of Chinese customers. The chip contains a globally unique identification code, an antenna that transmits information to the reading and writing equipment, which then transmits the information to the central database

this restriction comes from the Sutter County School incident in northern Sacramento, which requires all students to wear identification badges embedded with RFID tags to track their movements in the school. The project has been terminated, but the disputes caused by it still attract global attention

source: RFID world

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