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#1 2017-01-02 03:00:06

iceman
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11 million happymeal toys w rfid

Tracking?...  must have been UHF tags,  but still, have someone tested to read one of them?

http://realnewsrightnow.com/2016/07/doj … bound-u-s/


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#2 2017-04-07 14:38:55

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Re: 11 million happymeal toys w rfid

“These chips have the ability to track an individual’s movements in real-time and transmit uninterrupted audio and – in some cases – video back to their source,”


“The data they collect is transmitted to business owners and entrepreneurs via our [spy] satellites,”
it must have battery or some form of energy source to be able to perform such an action.

It must be a hoax or 1-of-april joke, such device is too sophisticate to be throw out 11 million times, ice. Or ... I like to have one.... hummmm edited I liek to have the one without the feature "some could perform small controlled self-destroy explosion"!


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#3 2017-04-08 19:42:22

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Re: 11 million happymeal toys w rfid

rfid tags nowdays is dirt cheap,  easy to add to a package envelope with  a sticker format etc. Not impossible at all.  However reading distance is the key issue.  No spy-satelites will ever be able to read a rfid (LF/HF)..


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