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RFID Fights Kidnappers

Kidnappers in Mexico might soon find the federales breaking down their door. It seems that more and more affluent Mexicans are taking drastic steps to be recovered in the event of a kidnapping -- like having transmitter chips planted in their bodies. If they go missing, a satellite can pinpoint the location.

Posted by Doug Barney on August 26, 2008


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