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0 comments | Thursday, May 11, 2006

When I first saw this article I hoped it would be about people hacking RFIDs to undermine their use for corporations and the government. But after reading this, I didn't get what all this hacking is all about. It seems it's to work out the kinks to perfect RFID for corporations and the government. Of course, the article also seems to imply there are 'rogue hackers' out there somewhere who are using these schemes. Anyways, hopefully these kinks won't get worked out, so this deeply diabolical technology will never come to the fore. I fear things aren't going to work out this way, but at the same time I would never underestimate the power of the people.

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