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1. I do not agree that RFID tags should be used to monitor human beings. While the argument exists that such a system could prevent child abductions or help us keep track of our pets and the elderly, these luxuries come at too great a compromise. Submitting to the use of RFID tags to track human beings as well as their behavior would be to wipe humanity clean of privacy.
I enjoy living in a society where everything and everyone isn't monitored by a tracking device, but if we did I would choose the RFID tags because it has so many similarities to the society we live in now. The ability to track down packages as well as people would be very helpful. I do acknowledge the argument that it will allow people to do illegal stalking, but I'm sure that the system will balance itself out.
The RFID badges would play a major role in helping humans do things that took more manpower to do previously. RFID badges would play the role of a Global Positioning System (GPS) when traveling because you'd never be lost because your love ones or a traveling assistance service could locate your exact whereabouts. This technology is in many General Motor automobiles and customers seem to welcome the safety feature. RFID badges would assist in monitoring people within the prison system to make sure they don't successfully escape. Our current society has adopted the trendy cellular phone which carries a lot of our personal information and it's a form of a tracking device. Although with cell phones you can choose not to answer, but the point is that it can provide your location.
There are reasons why we should veer away from the idea of using RFID tags. ...
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