Tag Archives: RFID chip

Texas student appeals court order to wear “Mark of the Beast” RFID tracking badge

Posted Jan. 14, 2013 Andrea Hernandez on Tuesday was ordered to wear an RFID tracking badge that she claims bears the “mark of the beast”, but by Friday she had turned the case right back around, asking a federal appeals court to overturn the order to either wear a chip-less badge or change schools. Here’s […]

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US school tries to suspend student for refusing to wear RFID tracking badge

Posted November 26, 2012 The Texas high school has been temporarily blocked from suspending the student, who objects to the mandatory tracking IDs on reasons having to do with privacy and religion. For more, here’s the story.

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US schools track teens by putting chips into students’ ID cards

Posted September 14, 2012 Some parents call it an invasion of privacy akin to tracking cattle, and a coalition of privacy and civil liberties organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union has called for a moratorium on the technology. Read it now.

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Take a 666 chill pill: ‘Barcode at birth’ author was just joking

Posted  May 28, 2012 Science fiction writer Elizabeth Moon does *not* believe that all humans should be subcutaneously RFID chipped at birth. Here you go. 

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