CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- For all of the excitement generated lately about RFID tags, significant problems remain to be solved before the technology can be embraced by smaller retailers -- and at the store level. Those concerns were addressed by an assortment of industry and academic experts recently at the RFID Privacy Workshop, hosted by the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT here. MIT is the birthplace of the RFID (radio frequency identification) technology based on the ...

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