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Cisco's New RFID Server Tracks Employees Via Clothing Tags

Cisco has come under fire from privacy groups as it prepares to launch a wireless RFID server that can track people and equipment using existing Wi-Fi networks. The server is designed to track RFID tags down to a few metres and display the location on a central map. Companies can track equipment and, more controversially, personnel.

Cisco slammed for RFID staff tracker, Vnunet.com, May 4, 2005.