Tag: Mark of the Beast

UK Report address concerns about lack of guidelines on biometrics usage

In the UK’s Science and Technology Committee new report titled “Science and Technology – Sixth Report: Current and future uses of biometric data and technologies“, MPs address their concerns regarding the UK government’s failure to introduce proper legislation to regulate the increasing use of biometric data. In the report, MPs discuss a number of key […]

New Hampshire Ends Brief Flirtation with National ID Compliance

When the REAL ID Act passed in 2005, Senator Joe Lieberman (D-CT), no civil libertarian, called the national ID law “unworkable” for good reason. It seeks to herd all Americans into a national ID system by coercing states into issuing drivers licenses (and sharing information about their drivers) according to complex federal standards. Read More: […]

Pakistanis face a deadline: Surrender fingerprints or give up cellphone

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Cellphones didn’t just arrive in Pakistan. But someone could be fooled into thinking otherwise, considering the tens of millions of Pakistanis pouring into mobile phone stores these days. Read More: Pakistanis face a deadline: Surrender fingerprints or give up cellphone – The Washington Post.

Connected Phone, Connected House, Connected Car…Connected Body?

Once confined to Hollywood blockbusters and sci-fi novels, in 2015, the number of humans upgraded by technological devices is increasing in number. Thanks to the invention and wide-spread adoption of implantable aids such as pacemakers, insulin pumps, hearing aids and deep brain stimulation systems, the world is filling with humans who could be considered part […]

Kathie McInnes: The schools using sci-fi techniques on pupils

EVER thought about ditching your office swipe card or key and having a microchip implanted into your hand instead? With the flick of a wrist you could open a secure door, operate a photocopier or pay for lunch in the canteen. Read More: Kathie McInnes: The schools using sci-fi techniques on pupils | Stoke Sentinel.

TSA Drivers License: Agency Will Require Advanced ‘Real ID’ To Fly In 2016 [Report]

A new TSA drivers license could be mandatory for doing more than driving between states in 2016. Nevada and Idaho are among the states which could keep you grounded if you don’t have an advanced form of the card called the Real ID. Read More: TSA Drivers License: Agency Will Require Advanced ‘Real ID’ To […]

Your Illinois license won’t be enough to fly

An Illinois driver’s license might not be enough identification to get you onto a commercial flight beginning next year. Read More: Your Illinois license won’t be enough to fly – DailyHerald.com.

Digital Cash, Precursor to the Mark of the Beast

They call it Electronic Money, or E-Money, but usually, Digital Cash. It is intangible money that exists only as entries in bank records and in the minds of the users. There are several electronic payment systems out there, with cutes names such as Bitcoin, PayTag, Pingit, Google Wallet, PayPal and mobile phone wave and pay, […]

Ecuador becomes the first country to roll out its own digital durrency

Ecuador’s Sistema de Dinero Electrónico (electronic money system) kicked off in December by allowing qualifying users to set up accounts, and it will begin acting as a real means of transaction this month.   Once the government flips the switch, the South American nation of 16 million will host the first-ever state-run electronic payment system. […]

BBC News – Office puts chips under staff’s skin

Want to gain entry to your office, get on a bus, or perhaps buy a sandwich? We’re all getting used to swiping a card to do all these things. But at Epicenter, a new hi-tech office block in Sweden, they are trying a different approach – a chip under the skin. Read More: BBC News […]