good for Mr. Iger! :bow:
good for Mr. Iger! :bow:
now the second part of that story. Guess what happened to the rest of corporations around the world when this happened??? Ok i gave you long enough more laws came about from the incident. After this incident my company put in more protection which I implemented myself on top of all the requirements we have to go through to protect customer data. Like I said before though if you don't trust it don't use it easy enough. And yes I know it can happen but it seems like a lot of worrying for nothing especially given the fact Disney already has your information anyways. If you are already paranoid about this I would stay out of the parks all together unless you can pay cash for everything you do there and I mean everything.
Passive RFID is good for about 20 feet or so tops.
Sticking readers on lampposts pretty much covers the park.
And as far as legal compliance goes. We're back to "is the cost of non-compliance less than compliance" in terms of risk management, and since I see so much 'burying heads in sand to ignore the potential risks' I'm pretty sure how it's going to go.
Again, my point isn't PCI compliance. It's not about YOUR credit card numbers.
It's the entire new range of vulnerabilities, such as the magpie application for billing purchases to other suckers I outlined above, and the potential personal security issues.
PCI compliance deals to customer data that means everything about your customers. Names,addresses,phone numbers etc. Plus these systems wont have that data on them anyways. And I dont think anyone has denied any risks which is why peoplelike me have a job in the first place to protect consumers data which includes my own.
This is all I would want (& I wouldn't even call it MyMagic+) - FREE WIFI all over the Disneyland Hotels & Theme Parks (I could shut off my 4G Network & improve my battery life) ....
FREE WIFI is already happening here in Las Vegas (starting with the MGM - Mandalay Bay owned Resort Casinos) ....
wishful thinking -
here, which contains a link to Disney's full FCC filing.
These things aren't just passive RFID tags, they're also radio transmitters.
(And mikelieman's posts above are dead on target.)
I firmly believe hat as long as Iger is CEO things are just going to get worse and it will likely take a miracle for his successor to reverse that.
All I care about is whether or not I can get Fastpasses the way I do now, instead of reserving one 2 years in advance the way that MyMagic+ seems to want consumers to use?