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1 online resource (vii, 28 pages).
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Technical report (Rand Corporation)
Includes bibliographical references (pages 27-28).
Privacy in the workplace -- Methods -- What we found -- Architecture of the RFID systems studied -- Responses to interview questions -- Results -- Discussion -- Recommendations -- Reality versus recommendations.
Describes a case study of six enterprises that use Radio Frequence Identification (RFID) tags to control access in the workplace to understand their policies about personally identifiable records obtained by sensing RFID-based access cards. These policies have a number of common features, but the policies are neither documented nor shared with employees. While employees ought to be informed about uses of access control system records, implementing traditional fair information practices for such records would be impractical in some situations.
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Print version record.
Nine to five
Radio frequency identification usage in the workplace
Print version: Balkovich, Edward. 9 to 5. Santa Monica, CA : Rand Corp., 2005 (DLC) 2004027392
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