Disney Parks officials have announced plans to start issuing guests RFID
wireless bracelets that work as tickets, keys, credit cards, and location-aware entertainment tools. As Computerworld points out, Disney's MyMagic+ wristbands could become Big Brother like devices
in the worst case, and they are a marketing person's dream. RFID, however, requires a person be located relatively close to a sensor to be detected. It remains to be seen how fully Disney will instrument its parks for this system; wide area setups are not cheap. But some people are strongly opposed to any kind of physical monitoring by wireless networks like this. Do you have objections to Disney's RFID?
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