Before I get too far into this, I would like to clearly state that I have not used or seen the following product used, so this is speculation on my part. The NYC Subway system is allowing riders with RFID-enabled Citibank cards to use them to quickly and easily pay for train fare. Apparently all you have to do is walk through the turnstile, pressing the button to let it know that you have the RFID card on you. Now here is where I see problems:
I love anything that makes life easier, but not at the cost of massively compromising private data. I say booooo to this. Via Consumerist.