RFID (Radio-frequency identification) surveillance
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"When anyone in the media says something is 'new' we can confidently assume that it's already obsolete for the $#!+bird agencies.  We're looking for evidence of injected and aerosol-deployed nanobots, rather; weaponised machines the size of viruses that can be triggered, later on, perhaps with simple radio."--Don Croft (Nov 2009)

Implants (Internal RFID)

[Edwin Black] One Mainframe To Rule Them All (1of5)

One Mainframe To Rule Them All is a breathtaking rundown of the human microchipping agenda. Concise and effective, it breaks down the coming global information control grid in all its horrifying detail. Scarier than any horror movie could be because it is real and documented.


Euro bank notes to embed RFID chips by 2005
A Chip In The Money Game The company says the tiny "meu-chip" can be embedded into paper in order to help authenticate a document, such as currency or business contracts. The chip itself is a 0.4-millimeter square with a thickness of only 60 microns (one micron is one millionth of a meter). When connected to a tiny antenna, it can transmit a radio signal of about 30 centimeters. That's close enough for an external chip reader to determine if the paper that the chip is embedded into is authentic or not.