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RFID chips, tiny tracking devices the size of a grain of dust, can be used to secretly identify you and the things you're carrying--right through your clothes, wallet, backpack, or purse...
 RFID tracking surveillance big brother freedom consumerism activism privacy
Indeed, Canton predicted a future in which the Internet is embedded just about everywhere: in every imaginable kind of object--from TVs to phones to walls--and that every product and device--even people--will have an IP address. He added that while such a vision may seem distant, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has already approved a chip that could be embedded in people's bodies. In Miami, he noted, the latest fad is women...

2010-03-04

 singularity Internet address RFID tracking communication
The National Identity Card scheme will be abolished within 100 days with all cards becoming invalid.

2010-05-27

 UK RFID privacy politics identification tracking surveillance nation state citizen