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 December 13, 2011  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 V3.co.uk. It’s not all banks that are refusing, but yes, if a bank refuses, I’d be concerned, too.

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