|Re: Wired News: American Passports to Get Chipped|
|William Warren (email@example.com)|
Tue, 16 Nov 2004 16:10:02 GMT
On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 13:50:59 -0800, Steve Sobol <sjsobol@JustThe.net> |
> Marcus Didius Falco wrote:
>> "The reason we are doing this is that it simply makes passports more
> Moron. Let's store personal information digitally, and not encrypt it!
Yes, it will. If the passport holder knows that the data is available at
>> While there are no laws in the United States prohibiting anyone from
>> "It is actually quite hard to read RFID at a distance," said Want.
> Sure it is. Didn't a couple major retail chains have trouble with
> Why should we believe someone who works for Intel, a company that could
Reading data outside the Immigration Office is what Bruce Schnier
Of course, this issue would be better seen outside the "Passport"
However, if the War On Terror [TM] or the Campaign To Save Our
William "And then they came for me" Warren
(With apologies to the Firesign Theatre)
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