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By A. Patil 2005-05-02 10:50:59 AM

I think some of the people who are so paranoid about RFID tags should consider taking some valium. It is a number. The errant readers will only give you the code encoded in the tag...you have to have access into the specific database to get any actual information. Geez people...grow a brain.

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