Typiically this would only work in an ideal world where others would not mis-use it.
... and of course, in an ideal world we would not need them.
This stuff definitely is an invasion of privacy. they should be able to read up all this stuff on us if we tell them they can, but they should not be able to track us, and see everything about us without us even knowing. we are turning into animals with little tracking devices to make sure were staying in line, this is not right. Plus people will use this technology for personal benefit.
Friggin Big Brother crap again. My friends and I refer to Big Brother as "Bubba". We have developed a whole dictionary of terms regarding him as well. This is just another example of the "Bubba-fication" of the nation. Bend over and prepare to get Bubba-ed...and he's not even gonna use any Bubba-line!
Saw this one comin' from way back. Made me think a couple of things through, though: Glad to be able to tell myself that none of my ID docs need renewal for a FEW years yet....
by em_saenz 4 years ago
How do RFID chips work?how do they track your dog and cat?
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by Patricia Scott 5 years ago
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