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Social acceptance of RFID as a biometric security method

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2 Author(s)
Perakslis, C. ; Bridgewater State Coll., MA ; Wolk, R.

The acceptance of biometric security controls in documentation, travel, and employment may soon be facing a strong test as those controls are further expanded through radio frequency identification (RFID). Global security advocates are working aggressively toward broadening the scope of tracking to the individual human level through implanted chips. An anticipated solution is to implant a small means of identification within humans that would hold a unique identification number and possibly other pertinent information. The integration of technology such REID with biometric methods enhances the accuracy and security of biometric identification, and also provides easily accessible data on an REID-enabled object that can be accessed by user

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Technology and Society Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 3 )