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Samsung Creates RFID Reader Chip for Mobile Devices

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ONE WORLD ORDER

beeferjay

Nov 27, 2007, 2:23 PM
microchips in everything, sensing you.

This will mean that you wont need credit cards, they will be tied to your phone.

just waive your phone at something and watch your credits be deducted form your account.
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Pure1rish

Nov 27, 2007, 4:14 PM
UN BELIEVABLE....

CHIPS IN THE WRIST, ETC. ETC....

I am not afraid though, I am completley aware of what the Big Brother Society types want to accomplish through genetics and tracking..

Don't lose faith people...

Hold on tight and get ready to fight...

Resist Tyranny in all shapes and forms..

Peace to the People
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beeferjay

Nov 27, 2007, 4:15 PM
god save the queen
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Pure1rish

Nov 27, 2007, 4:19 PM
F*** the Queen and the Horse she rode in on...

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RADIO FREQUENCY ID
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Created to track people like the products they think we are...
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beeferjay

Nov 27, 2007, 4:26 PM
congratulations Samsung.

the anti christ thanks you
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technocracy

Nov 27, 2007, 4:34 PM
Anti Christ is a little harsh, how about "he who loves death"?

Seriously, why take RFID seriously?

Maybe because it can hold volumes of information on anything, including you. How about your call lists, phone book, message contents, personal info, (banking info), usage history, everything just by activating the chip from up to (and probably farther than) 15 yards away.
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beeferjay

Nov 27, 2007, 4:37 PM
👀

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Pure1rish

Nov 27, 2007, 4:52 PM
It's all real....

FACT: The Barcode on the back of your license can hold 2 pages worth of personal information.

FACT: The RFID chip imbedded in your NEW LICENSE or ID CARD, can hold up to 2 Encyclopedia's worth of Personal Information


Wake up and wipe that crust out from your eyelids
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alaheebs

Nov 27, 2007, 5:18 PM
The mark of the beast has shown its face. RFID might be the beast. We will all have to invest into small EMP devices to protect are selves. Good luck to all
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renardlee

Nov 28, 2007, 2:21 AM
actually barcodes cant hold much information is the reason why the switch to RFID is neccessary and depending on the state( i live in Michigan), the barcode and magstripe(which has outlived its usefulness) holds only your name, age, and address. and this whole invasion of privacy concern bullshit, the gov't knows all ur info already. so what is the panic?
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renardlee

Nov 28, 2007, 2:18 AM
lol i cant believe people believe that bullshit!
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renardlee

Nov 28, 2007, 2:17 AM
*rolling eyes*
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BruceGAtl

Nov 28, 2007, 11:11 AM
Better an RFID in the wrist than a bar-code on the forehead (anyone seen the bank commercial with the woman scanning some poor guys head)

Go ahead and fight it... it's coming whether you like it or not... 😎
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renardlee

Nov 28, 2007, 2:17 AM
YAY, ANYONE WHO HAS SHARES IN RFID MANUFACTURING FIRMS ARE GONNA EXPERIENCE GAINS!!!!

yes finally the U.S. is catching up to Asia!!!! I CANT WAIT for them to release this.

and this conspiracy one world order bullshit, your voices will soon be silenced when you realize life is far more convenient with these devices and transactions will be much safer and the inherent risk of using cash will soon be eliminated.
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Oylpann

Nov 28, 2007, 5:51 PM
renardlee said:
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transactions will be much safer and the inherent risk of using cash will soon be eliminated.
*snip*

how has using cash ever been an inherent risk? its much safer then using credit cards or rfid imo.

i wonder how long before people start hacking rfid.. next thing you know, people can walk by and scan all your personal info right through your pocket/bag/purse... 👀
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redbulled

Nov 28, 2007, 7:13 AM
Out of curiosity what is the difference between using an RFID and some 'futuristic' DNA/Bio sensing unit? Something that would detect your identity with an enhanced DNA scan? Or finger print? Or how about eys? If Tom cruise can do it in Minority report anyone can... My point is that I get tired of the 'end of the world' woes with out date theories... get creative. We aren't the Jetsons.

P.s. Yes I am completely aware of one step leads to another, I'm not arguing that. I'm asking for more original concerns or more out of the box thinking. Thanks ;)
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j_dot

Nov 28, 2007, 10:54 AM
if I remember correctly, people that are worried about their credit cards that have implanted RFID tags (AMEX Blue, Chase Master cards with Blink) can make tin foil sleeves. I'm sure that can work for people.
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jaden_at_sprint

Nov 28, 2007, 12:48 PM
People need to learn their history of you dont believe that certain powerful bankers and affiliates want a world system in control I know it sounds crazy but google the term Amero,

You should its the new currency we will be using soon, and to think most americans dont even know what it is. even though Pres Bush went around congress and passed the bill himself last year !!!
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renardlee

Nov 29, 2007, 3:41 AM
1. Conspiracy Theory
2. NAFTA is not working
3. I do not think the U.S, Canada, and Mexico would want the cede control over their central banks(interest rate, monetary policy) to a "north american bank" the idea is rediculous
4. Bush cant make laws in congress, he is in the executive branch, he can only pass or veto laws they send him, lets not let this irrationality about some stupid conspiracy for "one world government"(i cant believe im typing this) make you lose your common sense and rationality.

and if this "bill" you claim went through congress, give me the bill number, the sponsor and cosponsors of the bill and the dates it passed the house and senate, then ill believe you.
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