[LINK] Re: RFID in Govt, and in People

Jan Whitaker jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Fri Oct 6 13:07:15 AEST 2006

At 11:59 AM 6/10/2006, Adam Todd wrote:
>Of course it is!  When you buy something from a department store they wave 
>the RFID over a device that disables it.
>It is possible to go one better and overload the electronics and burn them 
>out of course.  Just like any RF device, if you give it too much INPUT 
>signal, it will overload and fail to wor

I can see it now: a black market in RFID killers that are small enough to 
hide on your person, then walking through all the department stores to blow 
out RFID tags embedded items.  They will be called:  Retail Terrorists


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