RFID chips soon mandatory on cars in China


Starting July 1 in China, all registered vehicles will be offered the installation of an RFID electronic tag. An option initially optional but will be made mandatory from 2019 for all new vehicles. The system is supposed to help combat traffic problems, but many fear it will become a monitoring tool. And there is indeed cause for concern when we know that the country is currently testing caps or helmets equipped with EEG sensors that analyze brain waves to monitor the emotional state of employees and that the Skynet facial recognition system will cover all public places in 2020.

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