Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

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  • Mon, Jul 27, 2009 - 03:16am

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

Just to let you know I worked for a company that desiged an manufactured RFID access control systems for six years.

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Good ole Chase.  Somebody posted a logo in this thread…checkout Chase’s.  What do you see in the logo? Look again…look harder…notice the whitespace…uhuh.  

Many here have recommended pulling funds out of the banking system not only as a way to save cash, but also as a way to disempower the system that got us in the trouble we’re in.  I’d put this bank first on the list.

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George W’s Grandaddy, Prescott Bush (Brown Bros & Harriman), was one of Hitlers financiers.

Guardian article here

Of course IBM was already providing an ID system to the Nazis at that time

 

 

  • Mon, Jul 27, 2009 - 04:19am

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

 I was sure they are implanting "high dollar " horses already .    But I think it will be the Military , Alzheimer’s  or Medical ID , then the welfare system that will require the implants .     

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    Re: Who’s going to get an implantable RFID chip?

They’ve also talked about putting RFID chips in cash.  They will know where your cash comes from and where it goes.

With the medical chips, we are heading towards mandatory DNA testing.  Insurance companies will have you pay riders for genetically based conditions that are higher risk/higher cost.  It’s all coming down the pike.

Remember, it’s for your health and safety <sarcasm>.

For Pete’s sake, we went to Yellowstone last summer and they require picture ID to enter the park.  What, is some terrorist going to take out the bears or something?  It’s getting ridiculous.

 

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They’ve also talked about putting RFID chips in cash.  They will know where your cash comes from and where it goes.

With the medical chips, we are heading towards mandatory DNA testing.  Insurance companies will have you pay riders for genetically based conditions that are higher risk/higher cost.  It’s all coming down the pike.

Remember, it’s for your health and safety <sarcasm>.

For Pete’s sake, we went to Yellowstone last summer and they require picture ID to enter the park.  What, is some terrorist going to take out the bears or something?  It’s getting ridiculous.

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Oh, no!  Not the dreaded bear bomber!   How does one profile for persons with a grudge against bears, anyway?  Watch for folks with bite scars?

 

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Oh, no!  Another attack by the dreaded DPD!  (double post demon)

  • Mon, Jul 27, 2009 - 05:44am

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 I was sure they are implanting "high dollar " horses already .    But I think it will be the Military , Alzheimer’s  or Medical ID , then the welfare system that will require the implants .     

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My dog was implanted seven years ago.

If my dog is not micro-chipped I get charged a higher annual pet registration fee.

It was originally promoted as a discount for getting your pet micro-chipped, now it’s effectively a penalty for not getting your pet chipped.

So lets project that model into the near future and apply it to us humans.

In reality will likely be a ‘carrot & stick’  incentive.

Watch a sizable percentage of the public take it up when they start offering frequent flier, shopping bonus points and discounts when using your ‘implantable’ for purchases. The system will also be promoted as security against ID fraud and of course protection in ‘The War on Terror’.

And the downside are greater risk of ID fraud and additional fees, charges and disincentives if you are not chipped.

It is also possible that not having an implant will restrict future access to government welfare programs including of course health care and social security.

How many already don’t give a second thought about ‘plastic’ money, RFID licences and passports or trackable GPS enabled cell phones?

Don’t doubt that human implantable micro chips are the future for everyone.

Lets just see where we are five years from now and what percentage have been ‘chipped’ by then.

As I said I’ve worked in the security industry and can tell you that the industry see’s human implantable RFID technology as a huge dollar earner in the furture.

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 I was sure they are implanting "high dollar " horses already .    But I think it will be the Military , Alzheimer’s  or Medical ID , then the welfare system that will require the implants .     

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Or, how about chipping children for security reasons (of course).  There’s so much pressure on parents in this country to do everything possible to keep their kids safe:  "What? You let your child walk to the store by herself?  A whole block away?  You are a bad mommy!"  So, putting in a chip at birth deals with abductions (even from the hospital) and later, keeping a eye on those pesky teenagers. 

Somebody on this site, a few months ago (might have been Vanity Fox) said we are all "free-range serfs".  So, I guess this would just be branding.

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[quote=Full Moon]

 I was sure they are implanting "high dollar " horses already .    But I think it will be the Military , Alzheimer’s  or Medical ID , then the welfare system that will require the implants .     

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Or, how about chipping children for security reasons (of course).  There’s so much pressure on parents in this country to do everything possible to keep their kids safe:  "What? You let your child walk to the store by herself?  A whole block away?  You are a bad mommy!"  So, putting in a chip at birth deals with abductions (even from the hospital) and later, keeping a eye on those pesky teenagers. 

Somebody on this site, a few months ago (might have been Vanity Fox) said we are all "free-range serfs".  So, I guess this would just be branding.

becky

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[quote=rowmat]

Just to let you know I worked for a company that desiged an manufactured RFID access control systems for six years.

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I’ve worked on RFID circuits for the past few years.

 

Scary, scary stuff.

Perfect for chipping packages, livestock, sheep, but not people that are not sheep.

It’ll be sold as the greatest thing since Moses coming down from the mountain.

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