House Passes 666 law for the Disabled

House Passes A Microchipping Law That Is Intended To Help Local Authorities Microchip Disabled People

Michael Snyder  December 15, 2016 – The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that would get the federal government heavily involved in microchipping disabled people for tracking purposes.  If you would like to read it for yourself, you can find H.R. 4919 right here.  The bill is also known as Kevin and Avonte’s Law, and the idea behind it is that if disabled people are microchipped it won’t be so easy for them to get lost.  Of course we have been microchipping pets in this country for years, and this is yet another giant step down the road toward universal microchipping of everyone.  We are being told that implanted microchips will make those with developmental disabilities “safer”, but where does this stop?  Pretty soon there will be a huge push to microchip all children “for their safety”, and once that is accomplished it won’t be too long before they will want to microchip the entire population.

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Bio-metric banking breakthrough has already begun

Eye Verify CEO says bio-metric banking breakthrough has already begun

December 6, 2016 –

The tipping point for bio-metric authentication for mobile banking may have already arrived, Eye Verify CEO and founder Toby Rush says. Further, that position is not one of optimism, he says, but observation of financial institutions currently achieving their user experience and security goals with bio-metric implementations.

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