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The European Commission has put out a series of recommendations to protect European citizens from the privacy risks associated with RFID chips.
Reding noted that the success of the RFID industry was dependent on acceptance from consumers - something that would only happen if they were happy with the privacy protections offered.
And if the one implanting you is the one invading your privacy then the perverbial pooch is screwed!
When you do you should disect it and look for the chip (they can be very small) and report back what you find.
Originally posted by suzque66
I got a new ATM bank card in the mail unsolicited today -- called the Bank of Montreal CHIP card.
It is not active until I use it (expires in 60 days if I don't use) with the same PIN i have now for my old card that works just fine.
The brochure lists features..wowzer, features I already have with my own card lol.
I think I will cut it up and stick to my old card for as long as it works. They already know what bank machines I use so no need for me to carry around that lil antenae with me everywhere on the front of the card.
Excellent info on all the everyday stuff that has RFID chips in em...
RFID: Tracking Everything Part 1 With Katherine Albrecht
Can you PLEASE cut it up and send it back to them? Send them a message for all of us..
That there are those who believe they are "in charge" and there are those who "do what they are told" by those "in charge".
yet she didn't know why.
That's why you get the looks, man. They're sheep. They don't realize what the people who seek this information are really up to. When they come across somebody who's wise to the scheme, it simply astonishes them because they can't fathom why you wouldn't give out your info. You ain't the nutbar, they are.