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Recommendation on Rfid 2009

Recommendation on Rfid 2009

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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
Brussels, 12.5.2009C(2009) 3200 final
COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONof 12.5.2009on the implementation of privacy and data protection principles in applicationssupported by radio-frequency identification{SEC(2009) 585}{SEC(2009) 586}
 
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COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONof 12.5.2009on the implementation of privacy and data protection principles in applicationssupported by radio-frequency identification
THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article211 thereof,After consulting the European Data Protection Supervisor,Whereas:(1)
 
Radio frequency identification (RFID) marks a new development in the InformationSociety where objects equipped with micro electronics that can process dataautomatically will increasingly become an integral part of every day life.(2)
 
RFID is progressively becoming more common, and hence a part of individuals’ livesin a variety of domains such as logistics
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, healthcare, public transport, the retail trade,in particular for improved product safety and faster product recalls, entertainment,work, road toll management, luggage management, and travel documents.(3)
 
RFID technology has the potential to become a new motor for growth and jobs andthus make a powerful contribution to the Lisbon Strategy, as it holds great promise ineconomic terms, where it can bring about new business opportunities, cost reductionand increased efficiency, in particular in tackling counterfeiting and in managing e-waste, hazardous materials, and the recycling of products at their end of life.(4)
 
RFID technology enables the processing of data, including personal data, over shortdistances without physical contact or visible interaction between the reader or writer and the tag, such that this interaction can happen without the individual concerned being aware of it.(5)
 
RFID applications hold the potential to process data relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, a natural person being identified directly or indirectly.They can process personal data stored on the tag such as a person's name, birth date or address or biometric data or data connecting a specific RFID item number to personaldata stored elsewhere in the system. Furthermore, the potential exists for thistechnology to be used to monitor individuals through their possession of one or moreitems that contain an RFID item number.
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