NEW YORK -- Despite negative press on the privacy hazards posed by RFID technology, most consumers have not yet formed a strong opinion about the technology, and many are looking for more information, according to a new study from Cap Gemini Ernst & Young here. As a result, retailers still have time to "include consumers in the RFID discussion," according to the study, "RFID and Consumers: Understanding Their Mind-Set." Retailers should "make it clear that there's something in it for ...
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