Remember the student who refused to wear a tracking tag? Here is more.
Who else wears these devices? Prisoners.
We admire the courage and integrity of the Hernandez Family. It’s not easy standing up for what is right; because when you do, the school resorts to bullying and the administration tries to turn everyone against you.
I think we need to put trackers on our public office-holders so we can keep tabs on who they are really working for.
It sure ain’t us.
I will refuse for the rest of my life to wear a RFID tag. i remember when they first started coming up in the news… little buried stories. Now we’re deep into this.
Kudos to the Hernandez family.
Yes prisons, and when mega corporations control both education and prisons with government backing—shades of 1984.
Is there no end to the lengths those in power will go to for profit and control?
We must remain vigilant and say, ” NO” loud and clear!
If my kid ever comes home with one if those, I’ll be sticking it in the microwave for a few moments.
These ideas get creepier all the time. Cameras, videos of teachers, id chips, what’s next? What happened to fostering civil liberties in school?
And teachers. I currently have to check in at work every daywith an RFID tag. Guess where I keep it, to avoid misplacing it and being charged for replacement? Yup, on my keyring. Is there anything to prevent using it to tack my movements? Doubtful. This is a right-to-work state, where I have the right to work as long as my employer wants me around and I don’t make too many waves. I keep looking for the all-powerful union that is so frequently vilified even in our local media.
Merry Christmas from LoJack.
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