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A response to Matthew Artz' coverage of the Berkeley Public Library's August 1 "forum" on RFID can be read at the above url. Mr. Artz story was misleading.

Thanks David.

Here's a vivid description by Steve Cisler about the meeting. It was packed with people, virtually all of the public comments were opposed to RFID in the library. "Tracking technology controversy" at http://place.typepad.com/digitalcommons/2005/08/tracking_techno.html

Here's another by the Berkeley Daily Planet at www.berkeleydaily.org Aug 5

If your keyboard and Pocket PC is "paired", the data is encrypted, and no one will be able to see it.

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