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 December 13, 2011  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Dan Worth reports:

A leading security expert has warned that citizens’ privacy rights may be in danger thanks to the refusal by most high street banks to allow customers to opt out from near-field communication (NFC) enabled bank cards using RFID technology.

Richard Hollis, a director of the not-for-profit Information Systems Audit and Control Association, argued that the lack of choice is of grave concern.

Read more on It’s not all banks that are refusing, but yes, if a bank refuses, I’d be concerned, too.

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