Table of contents for RFID : applications, security, and privacy / Simson Garfinkel and Beth Rosenberg, editors.

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Contents
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I, Principles
Chapter 1, Automated Identification and Data Collection: What the Future Holds, 
Dan Mullen and 
Bret Moore
Chapter 2, Understanding RFID Technology, Henry Holtzman and Simson L. 
Garfinkel, 
Chapter 3, A History of the EPC, Sanjay Sarma
Chapter 4, RFID and Global Privacy Policy, Stephanie Perrin
Chapter 5, RFID Applications, Privacy and the Law
Chapter 6, RFID and the US Regulatory Landscape, Doug Campbell
Chapter 7, RFID and Authenticity of Goods, Marlena Erdos
Chapter 8, Location and Identity: A Brief History, Michael Curry
Chapter 9, Interaction Design for Visible Wireless, Chris Noessel, Simona Brusa 
Pasque and Jason 
Tester
Part II, Applications
Chapter 10, RFID Payments at ExxonMobil Simson Garfinkel interviews Joe Giordano 
Chapter 11, Transforming the Battlefield with RFID Nicholas Tsougas
Chapter 12, RFID in the Pharmacy: Q&A with CVS, Simson L. Garfinkel 
Chapter 13, RFID in Healthcare Ken Fishkin and Jay Lundell
Chapter 14, Wireless Tracking in the Library, Lori Bowen Ayre
Chapter 15, Tracking Livestock with RFID, Clint Peck
Part III, Threats 
Chapter 16, RFID: The Doomsday Scenario, Katherine Albrecht
Chapter 17, Multiple Scenarios for Private-Sector Use of RFID, Ari Schwartz and 
Paula Bruening
Chapter 18, Would Macy's Scan Gimbles? Competitive Intelligence and RFID, Ross 
Stapleton-Gray 
Chapter 19, Hacking The Prox Card
Chapter 20, BlueJacked!, Pius Uzamere II, Simson Garfinkel, and Ricardo Garcia
Part IV, Technical Solutions
Chapter 21, Technical Approaches to the RFID Privacy Problem, Ari Juels
Chapter 22, Randomization, Michael Arneson and William Bandy
Chapter 23, Killing, Recording, and Beyond, by Ross Stapleton-Gray, David Molnar 
and David 
Wagner
Part V: Stakeholder Perspectives
Chapter 24, Texas Instruments: Lessons from Successful RFID Applications, Bill 
Allen
Chapter 25, Gemplus: Smart Cards and Wireless Cards, Christophe Mourtel 
Chapter 26, NCR: RFID in Retail, Dan White
Chapter 27 P&G: RFID and Privacy in the Supply Chain, Sandy Hughes 
Chapter 28, Citizens: Getting at Our Real Concerns, Robert Ellis Smith and 
Mikhail Zolikoff
Chapter 29, Activists: Communicating with Consumers, Speaking Truth to Policy 
Makers, Beth 
Givens
Chapter 30, Experimenting on Humans Using Alien Technology, Peter de Jager
Chapter 31, Asia: Billions Awaken to RFID, Bimal Sareen
Chapter 32, Latin America: Wireless Privacy, Corporations, and the Struggle for 
Development 
Jennifer Torres Werneicke
Part V, Appendixes
Appendix A, Position Statement on the Use of RFID on Consumer Products
Appendix B, RFID and the Construction of Privacy: Why Mandatory Kill Is 
Necessary,
Appendix C, Guidelines for Privacy Protection on Electronic Tags of Japan
Appendix D, Adopting Fair Information Practices to Low Cost RFID System
Appendix E, Guidelines on EPC for Consumer Products
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Inventory control -- Automation.
Radio frequency identification systems.
Privacy, Right of -- United States.