posted on Apr, 13 2004 @ 09:27 PM
You know...I looked very hard at the case, the display the shelves, they must be nano cameras..cause I don;t see them...nor can I find an rfid in my
razor, in the case it came in.....
And please explain how having an rfid will allow someone to SPY on you
"RFID "spy chips" have been hidden in the packaging of Gillette razor products and in other products you might buy at a local Wal-Mart, Target, or
Tesco - and they are already being used to spy on people"
It's an RFID -Radio frequency identification- not a camera, not anything that would allow someone to "spy" on you . Unless of course the meaning of
the word spy has changed ...........
"14. Can RFID tags be read by satellites in orbit?
No. That is not practical nor possible based on the short read ranges and the huge amount of power that would be required to broadcast from a
satellite in order to pick up information on an RFID tag."
"17. Can or will governments implement an RFID tracking system to know where each citizen is at any time?
The infrastructure costs for a government entity to track all citizens would be astronomical, not to mention the tremendously large data base that
would be generated as people pass from point to point. The practicality of such an application is well beyond any government's capability to afford
the infrastructure and data management issues, let alone the thought of consumers allowing this type of tracking to take place. Currently, a court
subpoena is required to use private information such as cell phone records and credit card purchases. This information is strictly for use in
criminal activities investigations. The data generated from the use of RFID should be private and proprietary and include the same protections on
privacy that are currently in place."
[Edited on 13-4-2004 by NetStorm]