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Hello Bokode cya RFID Chip

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posted on Aug, 4 2009 @ 10:36 PM

Radio frequency identification tags are not fully catching on, thanks to objections from Alan Watt, Katherine Albrecht, and others who have been hammering away for years at RFID’s threats to privacy and civil liberties.

For global corporations and the US Department of Homeland Security, who remain eager to track individuals, that means it’s time to shift their efforts back to barcodes.

MIT scientists last week said they’ve overcome the barcode’s strongest privacy protections–its close read range, and fussy need to be scanned, line-of-sight. Now, using the camera in a mobile phone, a spy, or hacker, will be able to scan the barcode label on any object, or person, at an angle, and up to 60 feet away.

Whats a Bokode?

Well it seems like the Mark of the Beast works perfect for this, now that it's not a chip. Check out the "Application Scenarios" section on the link above, it shows you what this could be used for. Now imagine what evil stuff it could be used for.

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