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If it is the same device as my company tried to make us wear (masternaught) then tell her not to worry. They can listen in on conversations with no indication on the wrist device that they are.
Originally posted by VoidHawk
I noticed a few days ago (UK) that in my local shop the staff all wear a device that looks like a wrist watch. I questioned one of the staff, she whispered "it's a tracking device for our security, but we're worried THEY can hear what we're talking about"edit on 10-2-2013 by VoidHawk because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by CB328
This is crazy, IMO. I could see making it optional for parents who want their kids to be tracked if they are taken from school grounds, but forcing them? This seems highly unconstitutional to me and definitely not "liberty" that Texas claims to have a monopoly on.
No its not crazy, its someones plan at work. They are getting the young people accustomed to wearing RIFD Chips so when they become adults they promote the benefits of it. The younger the kids the easier it is to get them accoumstomed to wearing them.
Pretty soon they will have a whole generation who "I cant see any problem with it, everyone's got one."
Just like you cant stop the onwward march of technology you cant stop the onward march of barcoding people