In response to the jump of what is now the start of an “Overseas Conflict Contingency,” the Radio-frequency identification, RFID, tracking chips have gained popularity. Even though this company is in the UK it has joined in our response to past public disturbances. The use of such an item would revolutionize technology research and the style of life in the coming decades. My Grandmother recently had an RFID chip implanted to monitor her heart rate. This was a phenomenal invention that not only gives the proper authority insight to the patients body functions and status readings, but also location no matter where she goes.
The futuristic features of this space-age chip holds the power to change the world. With certain advancements to protect against cloning identities, it effortlessly sums the identity of the user to the last detail. I found out it was a common thing and decided to do a little research when I discovered the privacy concerns in Congress. The RFID chip can be used to store money, receipts, Internet History, Bank Statements, Driver’s License Verification and many more intimate details. Could this be too futuristic? This will eventually, with age and research, turn into a program that reads thoughts and soon people will may be forced to protect freedom of thought. However with the psychedelic conspiracy rants screaming away I was still fond of the RFID chip. This small chip may have prevented threat of death by monitoring her vital signs and alerting doctor when in poor condition. This honestly makes more sense than buying life alert tracking systems. These small innovations have also been placed in passports! What better way is there to perfect National Security than with RFID chips.? Although it essentially eliminates the need to read a passport ever again, it speeds up lengthy lines and leads to the better future of minimal flight delays. Anyone under investigation or on bond would be automatically detected if the attempted to flee. What especially makes this possible is the ability of the chip to identify it’s location through radio waves.I would support the use on convicts for parole, probation, diversion, or escape risks in the penal system.
So far I am thankful for this technology for the impact that it had on my grandmother’s health. If I could afford my own chip then I would go ahead with the procedure and start living a more secure life. CopyTag seems like the way to go for RFID inquiry or procedures. If you were lost in the middle of nowhere wouldn’t you want to be located after a missing person report? This could even foil the plans of abductions and kidnappings. The ability to allow technology to organize our life is brought to us by the PATRIOT Act passed by George W. Bush and in essence this chip encompasses every aspect of the bill regulation that has been drawn out. Using this chip on a larger scale could lead to a world with little use for law enforcement because it would constantly be monitoring each citizens move. Goodbye census, no more need for the census labor if in the future we could be able to track every resident and citizen in the proximity. RFID Chips are a progressive investment in my book.