An RFID worm propagates by exploiting security flaws in online RFID services. RFID worms do not necessarily require users to do anything (like scanning RFID tags) to propagate, although they will also happily spread via RFID tags, if given the opportunity.
"DETROIT (AdAge.com) -- Jan Thompson, VP-marketing of Nissan North America, today scolded the U.S. auto industry for resorting to "a less risky approach to marketing," leading to a big disparity in where automakers spend their ad dollars and consumers invest their time. "
"The passion surrounding the debate over illegal immigration is breathing new life into the white supremacist movement, reports TIME magazine.
With immigration perhaps America’s most volatile issue, a troubling backlash has erupted among its most ferv[...]"