RE: [802SEC] Re: [IDOF] RFID position paper for your review and endorsement
Hey Guys, It would be a whole lot easier to decide if comments are appropriate if the actual statement was in fact attached.
As it isn't, I don't have a clue !!! :-)
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From: Paul Nikolich [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2003 5:56 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Paul Nikolich
Subject: [802SEC] Re: [IDOF] RFID position paper for your review and endorsement
Thanks for the information. To my knowledge, there is little overlap with
work within 802, but I'll pass it along to the EC reflector just in case.
EC members, if you have comments on the attached position paper you have
until tomorrow to submit them.
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Subject: FW: [IDOF] RFID position paper for your review and endorsement
> Note this comes from ccip reflector. If someone in 802 has comments, they
> can either join the reflector and make them personally (preferred), or
> submit them for them.
> Jim Carlo (firstname.lastname@example.org) Phone:1-214-693-1776 Fax:1-214-853-5274
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> Subject: [IDOF] RFID position paper for your review and endorsement
> CCIP has been forward this position statement for review--
> your comments requested.
> ----- Forwarded by Deborah Rudolph/IEEE-USA/STAFF/US/IEEE on 11/17/2003
> 12:12 PM -----
> November 13, 2003
> Dear Colleagues,
> We are attaching a position paper on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
> tags called, Position Statement on the Use of RFID on Consumer Products.
> This statement was drafted by CASPIAN and the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse,
> and has already been signed by Electronic Privacy Information Center
> (EPIC), Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Medya Online,
> PrivacyActivism, Junkbusters, and the ACLU.
> We want to invite you to sign on to this statement. If you or your
> organization would like to be included as an endorser, please indicate so
> in an email to both Katherine Albrecht of CASPIAN and Beth Givens of
> Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
> with the following information:
> Your name
> Organization's name
> Website address
> While we are leaving the sign-on open until 12 pm PST / 3 pm EST next
> Tuesday, November 18, we would like to have as many supporters as possible
> sign on by 3 pm PST / 6 pm EST this Friday.
> We know this is a quick turnaround, but we would like to demonstrate
> support for the Principles of Fair Information Practice in the document at
> the RFID Privacy Conference to be held this Saturday, November 15, at MIT
> in Boston. If you sign on by Friday, your organization's name will be noted
> at the top of the document and individual sign-ons, along with affiliation,
> will be noted at the end. We plan to make this document available to
> Conference attendees, including the press, on Saturday.
> If you need additional information, feel free to contact Beth or Katherine.
> You can also contact Liz McIntyre of CASPIAN (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jordana
> Beebe of Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (email@example.com).
> Beth Givens
> The information, advice, and suggestions contained in this email
> should be used as an information source and not as legal advice.
> Beth Givens, Director
> Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
> 3100 - 5th Ave., Suite B
> San Diego, CA 92103
> Voice: 619-298-3396
> Fax: 619-298-5681
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> (See attached file: RFID-PositionPaper-finaldraft.doc)