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The Future of RFID Remains Uncertain. Only ten years ago, the majority of people would not believe you if you told them about RFID technology and its possible applications. Today however, RFID technology has advanced significantly and continues to progress by leaps and bounds; some amazing related technological advancements are expected well into the future

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How the Invention of the Microchip Changed our Lives. When the microchip was first invented few people ever imagined that it would become what it is today. Microchips are everywhere and they are used in all sorts of different applications. Microchip technology has made computers possible and the same technology is also found in numerous

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The Invention of the RFID Means That Anything Worth Tracking Can and Will be Tracked. Artemus Gordon was a pretty smart guy. The gadgets he would come up with for agent James West to use in protection of the United States and President Ulysses S. Grant were amazing if not bizarre at times yet often

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U.S. Government Surveillance is Here as Big Brother Monitors Your Thoughts, Actions and Intentions. History proves that there is always advance warning when governments enter the final stages of transitioning from freedom to tyranny. Enter U.S. government surveillance as one of the three most obvious warnings sounded in this transition, along with publicly punishing opinions,

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Why The Big Brother Watch is Turning Into a Surveillance Fiesta is no Mystery. Personal Information is Gathered From Each Individual Who Does an Internet Search. Just how far the big brother watch goes is an open question. It is a tempting thought that big brother is represented by central government. It may be the

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Netizens Unite in the Campaign Against Censorship in Britain to Preserve Free Speech. The campaign against censorship in Britain scored another victory in December when the BBC reported negatively on a new initiative to rate and monitor web content using a system based on the universally derided film ratings system. Insisting that the measure was

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