Do Rfid Tags Pose A Risk And Privacy? Why Or Why Not?

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1. Do RFID tags pose a risk to personal privacy? Why or why not?
As we can see now RFID technology is becoming very popular around the world. However, in my opinion, I would like to say that RFID tags pose a risk to personal privacy. RFID tags easily to be stolen by hackers. They could steal your personal information such as your credit card or your passports. For example, now in some states of the U.S, the government allows the citizen to use RFID passports. However, many citizen still disagree to apply RFID passports because they think it contains many issued such as it is vulnerable to wireless attack by hackers (it can be read up to 30 feet away and copying without permission from the RFID owner). In addition, it is even more dangerous when the RFID passports can contain information that is corresponding to the photo of the RFID tags owner. So just think what will happen if someone hack your passports and what they can do with its information from that RFID passport? Therefore, even RFID tags is becoming popular and can be the next generation technology in the real world, but now, in my opinion, I would like to say that RFID still contains many problem that can harm to personal privacy.
2. What moral obligations apply to companies that use RFID tags? What moral obligations apply to government agencies that use RFID tags?
What moral obligations apply to companies that use RFID tags?
Today’s world, many companies such as Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club applies RFID technology. RFID

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