November 21, 2003

Privacy, Civil Liberties Groups Sign RFID Position Paper

Ripped from the Headlines! Read and think about this--we could bring this to Assembly for consideration.

"More than two dozen consumer, privacy and civil liberties groups have
endorsed a position statement on the development and use of
radio-frequency technology to track goods from the factory floor to
store shelves."

See also ALA's RFID collection:

Posted by kgs at November 21, 2003 03:43 PM

Important concerns like these have been taken up by our libraries while another poignant concern did not receive the due deserved attention by those of us following intellectual freedom practices.

Our cities' public libraries records management practices have been deficient. The deficiencies involve a lack of access to records that are needed by personnel to do things more effectively. The deficiencies involve abridgement of intellectual freedom principles where archival records of the city public library are legitimately public archival records of the city public library departments.


Posted by: don warner saklad at November 25, 2003 09:56 AM
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