Thursday, 1 April 2010

EXCLUSIVE: Labour to scrap ID cards in favour of RFID
In a move that will see Britain become the world leader in nanotechnology and the "cashless" society, the Labour party is secretly working on plans to introduce radical changes to the way citizens receive public services and spend their money.

Work is underway to replace the traditional National Insurance card - issued to everyone just prior to their 16th birthday - with an RFID chip implant under the skin in the hand. The radio frequency identification chip will provide everyone with access to public services such as health, prescription, welfare.


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