(forward message on privacy)

Stephen Williams sdw at meaddata.com
Thu Mar 10 11:01:23 PST 1994

> Forwarded message:
> >From tomj Tue Mar  8 18:49:17 1994
> From: tomj (Tom Jennings)
> Message-Id: <9403090249.AA01170 at wps.com>
> Subject: Re: (forward message on privacy) (fwd)
> To: flesh at fido.wps.com (Flesh)
> Date: Tue, 8 Mar 1994 18:49:15 -0800 (PST)
> In-Reply-To: <9403090221.AA01084 at wps.com> from "Flesh" at Mar 8, 94 06:21:38 pm
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> > Today I ran into a situation that made me completely nausiated and feel like
> > my privacy had been completely invaded... It involves a chip which is 
> > implanted in animals and used for identification... 

My first worry was whether it could be read at a distance, like
doorway radar scanners in the Mall.  That would impose a privacy
problem on the human possibly accompanying the animal.

If not (apparantly that's the case now), then I don't have a problem
with it.  Also, you could always remove it if needed.

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