posted on Apr, 12 2016 @ 08:25 PM
a reply to: pavmas
Most tagging technology is useless for tracking anyone.
The most basic methods are RFID that give unique frequency. These on their own contain no data or process. They are just unique, the device that reads
it then cross reference the Internet for similar information attached to the frequency.
I don't know how commonly I hear the threat of this technology 'tracking people.'
If you cared enough to learn how it works, you could edit the information it even "contains" externally. They also work like inches of distance unless
Consider if you had a business card with a website on it and your medical record were on that website.
Now consider if you're found naked in a coma.
The chip is at best only giving them a website. And that's if the Internet has it registered to link to that as opposed to nothing at all.
They also can be "copied". Even if the frequency is unique nothing can stop someone from just putting the "legit" protocol on a "fake"
edit on 12-4-2016 by imjack because: (no reason given)