Anyone here think much about RFID chips and privacy concerns?
Or some benefits...
Like say a family car. It has an RFID reader. Every person in the house
has a DL, with an RFID chip. You can assign which people can, or can't
use the car. Without the DL in the viscinity of the car, it won't start.
You don't even need a key at that point.
Or what about the government tracking you.
Your 2015 Suzuki Hayabusa comes with a built in RFID chip and reader.
It will only run when the owners RFID chipped Dl is within 25 feet of the
bike. Bonus for theft! But...
The government tracks you riding through Manning Park. Your spirited
jaunt at two and a half times the limit goes off smoothly. No police.
Or so you think. Until your Dl wont work anymore to start your bike.
They have disabled your DL. They have tracked you through Manning
Park... on the bike, breaking the law.
Your license is suspended.
Technology is great... but the possibilities come with some interesting