Joe Cadillic writes:
Imagine, going to a store to purchase cough syrup and finding out, the police put a GPS tracking device inside the bottle and tracked you every where you went.
Now imagine, going to another store to purchase a pair of sneakers and finding out the police also put a GPS tracker inside them as well.
What’s even more disturbing is how store owners are letting cops put GPS trackers into all sorts of things. An LA Times article, reveals that store owners are letting cops put GPS trackers inside retail items.
Companies like eAgile, Purdue Pharma, Pegasus Technologies and Vitality have created RFID-enabled caps and chips that can be attached to prescription bottles and other items. eAgile uses an ultra-high frequency RFID chip called eSeal to track items.
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