posted on Jan, 8 2014 @ 07:08 AM
There you go, instant tracking without them even having to be secretive about it since you would volunteer to be tracked.
You're already being tracked via your new Drivers License and its facial recognition that you volunteered when you applied for a Real ID. I don't get
all the worry about people putting “chips” inside you to track you, when that system is already in place via existing security cameras and facial
recognition. No one is going to go through the expense to use short range tracking devices when they already have long range tracking that is able to
pick you out in a crowd.
Imagine for a moment that you have been legally barred from a certain type of building. Imagine the doors simply not
opening for you, but
opening for anyone else.
This could be for a drunk driving conviction into a bar. A convicted pedophile into a school. Etc.
I know, good things...right?
Well, imagine if an error is made somewhere in the transfer between databases that control access. And your ID is confused with someone elses.
This sort of thing doesn't happen often. But, it can. Errors happen with code all the time. Databases, and data transfer as well.
Perhaps the systems that control such access go down. The default for most network access systems is that a given party or operator ID has NO access
to anything, and it must be implicitly granted. Well, that mornings access file didn't arrive. It refreshes all data on the server. Old data is
truncated. Nobody has access to anything in the area that database controls.
Now, let's say your spouse falsely accuses you of endangering your child, and the court immediately slaps a restraining order on you. Access to all
buildings where the children may
be, are barred, immediately.
Now, how do you feel about that chip?
edit on 8-1-2014 by zeroBelief because: Just because it's DOOM'ier....