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Armourcard   8/20/2014 11:10:48 PM
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Spy ChipsVery interesting read on How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Purchase and Watch Your Every Move with the use of RFID chips. 

This book called SPY CHIPS by globally acclaimed privacy advocate Dr Katherine Albrecht exposes the big end of towns plans to implement this technology everywhere.... 

We developed Armourcard to protect your credit cards, epassports from wirelee skimming. Infact any contact-less device that uses the frequency 13.56MHz to transmit your data over open airwaves. Armourcard is the first active solution, we power up and jam the frequency these devices communicat over.

If your interested just google Armourcard or head over to our website http://www.armourcard.com.au

Wireless skimming Protection - Armourcard

 

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DrFPGA   8/21/2014 6:33:01 PM
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Thanx for the comment. A bit of a commercial, but the link to the book makes up for it...

Now id we can just get the same 'jamming' capability for Google...

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Armourcard   8/21/2014 6:36:04 PM
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You think that is scary check this out How Google can track your movements

Very disturbing really...! enjoy

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Re: Thats why we developed Armourcard
Pablo Valerio   8/22/2014 3:15:36 AM
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Turn off history on your Google account, works for me!

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Armourcard   8/22/2014 5:55:23 PM
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I think it has to do with your location services through your phone so if you turn that off then it should stop collecting data.

Agree the tag embedded into shoes is a pretty effective tracking tool.

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anitadhale   9/9/2014 2:31:31 AM
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Thats amazing Rookie. Even though there are several applications for RFID including the RFID golf balls, tracking vehicles Etc... Some other researches found more accuate and efficient RFID which is going to make big changes.

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Pablo Valerio   8/22/2014 3:14:49 AM
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The armourcard could be good for credit cards and IDs, but doesn't help with RFID tags in your shoes!



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