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Freemasons CHIP /CHild Identification Program

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posted on May, 18 2006 @ 07:59 PM
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"Nothing is given totally away with computers."

All infomation collected on computers is hard drive secure. It is never given totally given away to parents. (Where have YOU been hiding for the past 10 years?)
DNA information and other data collected is still on the hard drive and could be used illegally, altered, or stolen. It is foolish to trust anyone with it. (No matter how nice the man who "swabbed" your child's mouth seemed.) The next step in bio-metrics is the transponder inserted in the human body for tracking. There is no other way for it to go. As I said before this is an in-your-face program, getting everyone used to the idea and the name CHIP is just another dig. I am against giving DNA and personal information to strangers downloading them on computers. Why didn't they used the correct acronym--C.I.P. ? Obviously the intent was to create controversy to begin with.

Carrierwave~



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posted on May, 18 2006 @ 08:04 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen,

PDNFTT



posted on Feb, 4 2009 @ 12:23 PM
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"OBVIOUSLY" That is a scare word and just represents your opinion.
It's a good program. Unfortunately kids go missing all the time, either lost or taken. At short notice your typical parents have no identification materials and frequently an ID proto will be a poor quality image taken from a family snapshot. If any other community group was doing this people would be praising it, but there are ignorant and misinformed people out there who think that anything even remotely connected with Freemasonry is suspicious.

To head off obvious questions, Yes I am a Mason.



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