September 30, 2003
WalMart goes serious with RFID
A good discussion on RFID over at MetaFilter. Apparently, US Giant retailer Walmart is forcing it's top 100 suppliers to track goods using RFID by 2005. Walmart even seems to track women's panties already!
Gilette started the wave last year, but if every single product one buys now will implement a long-lived passive tracking device, the opportunities are rife for retailers to dig into people's privacy...
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do anyone know a site about RFID in german language?
I would like to know who the Walmart top 100 suppliers are that are required to provide RFID by 2005? I'm also interested in whether or not the top 100 are importers?
Hmm thats. Interesting. Wal-Mart Huh?
Wow.....What has this world come to. Is there anyway to find out who the top 100 Wal-Mart suppliers are, so i can avoid them. Are the suppliers for Wal-Mart tagging all of there shipped items or just the products shipped to Wal-Mart
Worldlabel.com patents process for accurate embedding of RFID tags (Chips) into self-adhesive paper labels both reducing costs effectively and with increased reliability and consistency. THese RFID label will meet Wal-mart requirements.
Well...well...well...look at what we have here...
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: RFID.......friend or foe? (September 30, 2003 02:34 PM)
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