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RFID zapper

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by lord_casek, Feb 8, 2006.

  1. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jan 24, 2006 Messages: 27,159 Likes Received: 1,074
    thread...so here's my public service to all you ra**ers


    RFID. Radio Frequency Identification.

    Hitachi’s new RFID chips are smaller than a flake of pepper. This opens the door to a host of new tagging options! Take a close look at your next hot dog, the black flakes may not be pepper...


    In a recent update, Wal-Mart has has given some information to it's employees about how the RFID technology will be used. The Systems Bulletin was posted on July 19th 2005 and states that it is for "Pilot Stores Only". In the systems bulletin there is mention of how RFID will be used to track merchandise within the store to all for better in-stock. The system will be used to create an automatic exception in the system when an item has a quantity on the "salesfloor" that is less that what the system shows that will fit on the shelf and the item has an RFID backroom quantity. This exception would automatically be generated to tell the employee that the item needs to be stocked.

    In Order for this system to work properly Wal-Mart has asked suppliers to tag product cases and pallets (e.g., cases of paper towels, bleach, detergent, etc.). Some items, items that have a case pack of 1, will be the actual packaging that the consumer will purchase (e.g.,computers, televisions, lawnmowers etc.). These items will have a visible EPC Global seal on the outside of the package (seen here). Items that are RFID tagged will have the EPC Global sea printed on the shelf label in the stores.

    Wal-Mart has released a FAQ that answers some of the common questions such as, "Are we tracking Associates?", To which they answer, "RFID is being used to help manage the flow of merchandise to our Customers/Members. Associates are NOT being tracked by RFID". The documentation goes on to state that Wal-Mart is in no way using the RFID system to track customers or any people for that matter. The RFID system is simply being used to track merchandise throughout the supply chain. With the enhanced tracking of the merchandise will come better in-stock which will allow the company to grow more efficiently.

    RFID has huge possibilities to make the retail industry more successful in allowing retailers to track their merchandise more accurately resulting in better in-stock and happy customers.
  2. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jan 24, 2006 Messages: 27,159 Likes Received: 1,074
    i hand you something to help you out, and this is how you repay me?

    that's it! consider your girlfriends and or pets SLEPT WITH.
  3. iloveboxcars

    iloveboxcars 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jul 29, 2002 Messages: 20,506 Likes Received: 450
    there isnt much you can reply with other than "fuck"
  4. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

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    Duct Tape Wallet Blocks RFID Signals

    Being that one of our favorite sayings over here at RFID Gazette is "Duct tape—it'll fix anything," we found this story of particular interest. With RFID chips becoming more prevalent in ID cards and credit cards, Dustin Kirk, duct tape extrordinaire, has decided to take security into his own hands by creating a wallet out of aluminum foil and duct tape. The new wallet is certain to prevent any RFID signal from being transmitted into the wrong hands.

    illboxes: consider your girlfriend and pets safe.

    the rest of you.....awww, it's on!

    make your own duct tape wallet
  5. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jan 24, 2006 Messages: 27,159 Likes Received: 1,074


    FORT LEE, N.J., December 15, 2004 – ORBCOMM, a global satellite telecommunications company, today announced that it has executed an agreement with VeriChip™ Corporation, a subsidiary of Applied Digital (NASDAQ:ADSX), to be its provider of satellite and telecommunication services for applications to be developed for use with the world’s first implantable radio frequency identification (RFID) microchip, also called VeriChip™.

    Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will also work together to develop and market new military, security, and healthcare applications for use in the United States and around the world.

    VeriChipâ„¢ Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Applied Digital. The VeriChipâ„¢ product is a subdermal RFID microtransponder that can be used in a variety of security, financial emergency identification and healthcare applications. About the size of a grain of rice, each VeriChipâ„¢ Device contains a unique verification number that is captured by briefly passing a proprietary scanner over the VeriChipâ„¢. In October 2004, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared VeriChipâ„¢ for medical applications in the United States. VeriChipâ„¢ is not a FDA-regulated device with regards to its security, financial, personal identification/safety applications.

    “ORBCOMM’s relationship with VeriChip™ provides yet another new and important industry that will use the ORBCOMM satellite system and its ground infrastructure network to transmit messages globally,� Jerry Eisenberg, CEO of ORBCOMM, said.

    About ORBCOMM
    ORBCOMM is a wireless telecommunications company that provides reliable, cost effective data communications services to customers around the world through its unique low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite network and global ground infrastructure. A diverse customer base, including industry leaders General Electric, Caterpillar Inc., Volvo Trucks, XATA, and AirIQ, uses ORBCOMM services to track, monitor and control mobile and fixed assets including trucks, containers, marine vessels, locomotives, heavy machinery, pipelines, oil wells, utility meters and storage tanks anywhere in the world. For more information call 1-800-ORBCOMM or visit its Web site at www.ORBCOMM.com.

    About Applied Digital
    Applied Digital develops innovative security products for consumer, commercial and government sectors worldwide. Its unique and often proprietary products provide security for people, animals, the food supply, government/military arena and commercial assets. Included in this diversified product line are RFID applications, end-to-end food safety systems, GPS/Satellite communications and telecomm and security infrastructure, positioning Applied Digital as the leader of Security Through Innovation. Applied Digital is the owner of a majority position in Digital Angel Corporation (AMEX: DOC). For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.adsx.com.

    This release contains forward-looking statements, including statements regarding ORBCOMM’s expected commercial operations. These forward-looking statements are based on a number of assumptions and ORBCOMM’s actual results and operations may be materially different from those expressed or implied by such statements.

    For more information, please contact:

    Laura Conover,
    (732) 774-7374
    [email protected]

    CEOcast, Inc. for Applied Digital
    Ken Sgro
    (212) 732-4300
    [email protected]

    Media: Len Hall
    (949) 474-4300
    [email protected]
  6. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

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  7. SpyD

    SpyD Elite Member

    Joined: Aug 22, 2002 Messages: 3,093 Likes Received: 62
    niggas prolly got ID chips inside em now and dont know
  8. KYU

    KYU Member

    Joined: Feb 20, 2004 Messages: 437 Likes Received: 0
    id be worried about this leading to mind control
  9. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

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  10. dumy

    dumy Veteran Member

    Joined: Oct 8, 2004 Messages: 5,056 Likes Received: 0
    I think, when is it? May 2008..when the REAL ID ACT is supposed to go into effect..and we all are (supposed) to get this nifty id mandatory in our Driver Licenses and State ID's here in the US..

  11. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jan 24, 2006 Messages: 27,159 Likes Received: 1,074

    that's only for negro's. gah. didn't you get the memo?

    haha. j/k. let's all move to canada.
  12. Dick Quickwood

    Dick Quickwood 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Aug 25, 2002 Messages: 14,783 Likes Received: 14
    are there instructions for the zapper thing?
  13. iloveboxcars

    iloveboxcars 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jul 29, 2002 Messages: 20,506 Likes Received: 450
    we could always just jab a pointy object into the the part of the id that tracks us. woop woop.
  14. lord_casek

    lord_casek 12oz Royalty

    Joined: Jan 24, 2006 Messages: 27,159 Likes Received: 1,074

    hold it close to as close as possible to the rfid chip and click button. fried chip a la mode
  15. villain

    villain Veteran Member

    Joined: Jul 12, 2002 Messages: 5,190 Likes Received: 2
    aw fuck more trouble down the pipe.
    and why is this even necessary? Just seems like an electronic barcode to me.

    Anyways, I don't suppose anyone knows how to get around this ID thing they built into printers. I read somewhere there is identifying marks on every page printed. So if I wanted to have my own wheatpaste campaign and printed my own shit they would know. nooo faaaiiiirrr.....