The use of RFID technology in contactless payment devices presents an expanding menu of challenges and concerns to privacy advocates. While rapid, creative advances have been made by contactless payment system issuers, neither privacy advocates nor lawmakers have used the same creative visions to address the privacy problems caused by contactless payment systems. The author proposes a legislative response to address privacy concerns without stifling technological developments.
Shane L. Smith,
Gone in a Blink: The Overlooked Privacy Problems Caused by Contactless Payment Systems,
11 Marq. Intellectual Property L. Rev. 213
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