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Facilitative technology

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Facilitative technology is

the incorporation of unencrypted, long-range, radio-wave computer chip technology that allows for a unique citizen identification number that can be passively read through wallets, purses, doors, and cars without the owner’s knowledge.[1]

References Edit

  1. State of Michigan, Journal of the Senate, House Concurrent Resolution No. 6 (Mar. 31, 2009).

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