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    more acceptance, this time mexican

    on implanted many mile/kilometer range human tracking devices. Yes it has been in several previous threads but the issue is gaining popularity. pity.


    http://www.canada.com/montreal/story...D-F99BAFFDCF75
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    Not sure what you guys out there believe, but i for one believe this is the sorta stuff the antichrist will find usefull, and no, i'm not joking. I truly believe these things (or something very similar); among other technologies will be used by this person to track people.

    I think these are very troubling times. I'm not afraid, but it is saddening.

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    I personally do not want people to track me more then I am all ready being tracked.
    I go to a store I have five people walking behind me. I think that the simple tracking thing is a bit much maybe while in prison but once you get out no. Oh hell no. It violates the Counstitution. That is such bull. Three years from now everybody is going to have one. LOL


    WTF

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    Personal Ithink this one comes done t owho is contorlling / has access t othe information. if I have final say over who can track me/my kids and can see my health info then I would see this as a good thing. Unfortunaitly the way the laws work ing this country I can see the goverment very quickly forceing any company that ran this service to keep logs and disclose those logs.
    Who is more trustworthy then all of the gurus or Buddha’s?

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    on a small positive note, this am I see mighty <cough cough> walmart has ditched the rfid for their stores and now say they will only use them in the warehouses. They can be trusted, right? ;-)
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    Originally posted here by gold eagle
    on a small positive note, this am I see mighty <cough cough> walmart has ditched the rfid for their stores and now say they will only use them in the warehouses. They can be trusted, right? ;-)
    Sure they can be trusted. Are they not just like our government, and military. You trust them don't you. Why, none of them would use any of that info in an other than legal, and moral way. <gag-gag-gag>
    Sorry, I can't keep this retoric up, I am having a hard time swallowing right now.
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