Tag Archives: radio frequency identification

Oklahoma’s Getting “Sticker Tags” Sounds Harmless Enough…So What are they?

Electronic Vehicle Registration serves as a deterrent as well as an enforcement tool. . . Continue reading → Continue reading

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Tattletale Trash Cans

EDITORIAL: Tattletale trash cans Nanny-state spy chips watch your garbage In the never-ending quest to extract money from the public, municipal busybodies have turned to spying on your trash. Cleveland wants its residents to participate in the feel-goo… Continue reading

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Bye Bye Wal-Mart: Wal-Mart Radio Tags to Track Clothing

July 29, 2010 What is Radio Frequency Identification? RFID is a generic term for technologies that use radio waves to automatically identify people or objects. Read up on Jeremy Bentham.  Bentham called the idea of natural rights “Nonsense on st… Continue reading

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Veto Override Fails in House 5/11/10 – Politics ‘as usual’ in OK

The attempted override of Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569 failed today in the OK House.  HB 2569, a very popular bill by Rep. Paul Wesselhoft of the House and Sen. Dan Newberry of the Senate, prohibits “the imbedding, affixing, adhering, or assigning of a radio frequency identification tag (RFID) or RFID-type ink into or […] Continue reading

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