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THE ELECTRONIC PASSPORT AND THE FUTURE OF GOVERNMENT-ISSUED RFID-BASED IDENTIFICATION

Platform : EMBEDDED

THE ELECTRONIC PASSPORT AND THE FUTURE OF GOVERNMENT-ISSUED RFID-BASED IDENTIFICATION

 

OBJECTIVE

 

New applications for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology include embedding transponders in everyday things used by individuals, such as books, payment cards, and personal identification. While RFID technology has existed for decades, these new applications carry with them substantial new privacy and security risks for individuals.

 

ABSTRACT
                New applications for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology include embedding transponders in everyday things used by individuals, such as books, payment cards, and personal identification. While RFID technology has existed for decades, these new applications carry with them substantial new privacy and security risks for individuals. RFID-tagged passports have a distinctive logo on the front cover; the chip is embedded in the back. These risks arise due to a combination of aspects involved in these applications: 1) The transponders are permanently embedded in objects individuals commonly carry with them 2) Static data linkable to an individual is stored on these transponders 3) The objects these transponders are embedded in are used in public places where individuals have limited control over who can access data on the transponder.  We conclude with recommendations to assist government as well as industry in early identification and resolution of relevant risks posed by RFID technology embedded in everyday things.

 

            A number of countries have proposed to embed RFID devices in new passports, to facilitate efficient machine reading of biometric data. Like all passports, the RFID-enabled passport uniquely identifies its holder, and in the proposal currently under consideration, the RFID tag will also include a variety of other personal information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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