Black People : RFID (IOT)

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    Used to track merchandise, do Inventory, Identify something, provide product data and on and on. Now today in the Internet of Things. ( IOT)
    These tags are being sewn into clothing. For the consumer to scan with their smart phones and receive discounts, product data and to register these products.

    Now the big Picture. You are being Tracked!
    These tags tracks each of these consumer interactions to provide brand and retail partners with valuable data and analytics.

    Now as the government gets involved. No where to run rabbit!
    Having your phone with a few feet of you, your clothing will be calling....telling on YA!
     
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    There are 2 types of RF ID tags. One has to be scanned by an RF reader and only works within a few inches. Its called a passive RFID. The other is called a active RFID which uses battery power to broadcast its signal up to 30-40 ft if I recall correctly. This is the type used for tracking things and is very expensive. I dont think they will be sewing them into people clothes. It would be way too expensive.
     
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    Thank you Brother James

    No DECAF for me. I have had a cappuccino and espresso mix, and later a can of coke.
     
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    Brother Senegal

    Your right. The 2 types are passive and active. I'm currently doing both. We are testing passives, and they are being placed in the soles of shoes, clothing etc...and attached quite a bit of merchandise. We have a flat 3v battery we are making part of the label, that will be used in the active tags. Were designing this to go active by years end. We are making them cheap, so the quantities needed will be a good break point for customers. Smart tags like a label, will tell how many times you opened something up. If it was tampered with and stores this information that could be sent via internet.

    There is a thread here, talking about the placement of RFID into employees.
     
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