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NFC-based chip protects luxury goods from counterfeiters and cloners

2/27/2012 03:30 AM EST
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jzwatches
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re: NFC-based chip protects luxury goods from counterfeiters and cloners
jzwatches   6/1/2012 3:11:04 AM
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Perhaps we might see this chip in more luxury goods in the future to fight the counterfeit trade, and to track down stolen goods. I definitely want on of those trackers in my luxury watches, and I will have a greater peace of mind in case any of them get stolen. David - http://www.jzandf.com

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Horaira   2/28/2012 10:39:38 AM
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To protect Counterfiet BarCode then Normal RFID Tag then NFC Tag lets see what technology we are going to use in future.

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