Give me one reason not to get an RFID implant

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    • #138706
      Anonymous
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      Give me one reason not to get an RFID implant

    • #138707
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It’s like a needle but bigger.

    • #138708
      Anonymous
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      nfc

    • #138709
      Anonymous
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      The tech isn’t ready yet, Wait a few years.

      • #138711
        Anonymous
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        exactly, dont be a beta tester

      • #138712
        Anonymous
        Guest

        exactly, dont be a beta tester

        Realistically how much more advanced RFID get functionally?

        • #138763
          Anonymous
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          Depends on how big the antenna is and how close your transmitter. that’s all that really matters. You can get a decent amount of charge for things. Aka your phone using wireless charging or your toothbrush. All you really need is some way to transmit data to your implant then do some basic processing storage then transmit shit out. Youd also need a way to hold a charge. Probably can be done right now. The main issue is what do you want your implant to do? Theoretical if you do it properly you could use your implant for everything. Door to your house or apartment, Credit card, Yubico key, car keys, and everything that needs authentication. Would be neat we aren’t close to this yet. How I imagine key to your house or car would work is the device would have some sort of 32 but ID that is special to the device transmit they ID then a 64 bits of random data. Your implant receives that data then manipulates using cryptography magic send it back. Device checks if the data is correct and if it is boom you enter. Really simple and secure and respects your privacy also basically unhackable. If you want to program a new code onto you’d give the guy giving the key the add key password and he can add shit. It gets kind of complicated here because you’d need a master password and a given password since you want to be able to delete keys and change your password that is given to people to add keys.

          • #138784
            Anonymous
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            t. has no clue how RFID works

            Pro tip scrotebrain: RFID uses the radio transmission energy to power itself.

          • #138795
            Anonymous
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            >RFID
            >Charging
            Look at him he think he knows things but he doesn’t

      • #138768
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Why would you ever get this shit

    • #138710
      Anonymous
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      It’s the mark of the beast

    • #138713
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Why can’t I just use my phone?

    • #138714
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just get the Covid vaccine instead

    • #138715
      Anonymous
      Guest

      who uses rfid?

    • #138716
      Anonymous
      Guest

      they’re literally useless

    • #138718
      Anonymous
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      people get annoyed at having a cyst
      one of those in your hand is going to drive you nuts, especially if you’re someone aware of your skeleton already

    • #138720
      Anonymous
      Guest

      For what purpose?

    • #138721
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You risk and infection just so you don’t need a wrist strap?

    • #138722
      Anonymous
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      If you can’t come up with reasons yourself, then by all means, take it

    • #138724
      Anonymous
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      >taking the botnet inside your body

    • #138726
      Anonymous
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      rejection would probably be hellish

    • #138727
      Anonymous
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      but i already have 2 (i just installed another one yesterday)
      and yes, they are literally useless
      the vivokey apex will be woke af when it comes out though

    • #138733
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i live alone and am quite ill physically. is there one of these that would keep pinging the police or hospital or something that if my vital signs stop or something, it will alert them?

      • #138740
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Not yet

    • #138734
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Give me one reason not to get an RFID implant
      You aren’t a farm animal or shipping container and therefore don’t need to be tracked by broadcasting a radio signal 24/7. Get off your freaking knees you goddamn bootlicking scrote.

      • #138736
        Anonymous
        Guest

        good post

    • #138735
      Anonymous
      Guest

      why do you need this implant when you have a phone? Or just like bring it as a necklace or something?

    • #138737
      Anonymous
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      There’s no reason to and its not more practical or useful than having an RFID that *isn’t* embedded in your skin. So in addition to having zero benefit, it also costs more money than not doing it and risks infection, pain, and introduces the possibility for medical complications. Asking for a reason not to get and RFID implant is like demanding someone explain to you why you shouldn’t punch yourselves in the nuts: because in addition to receiving no conceivable benefit, you’ve also been punched in the nuts.

    • #138738
      Anonymous
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      Have fun if you ever need an MRI

    • #138739
      Anonymous
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      why? It will eventually become obsolete and be difficult to remove. It may interfere with cooler implants that let you store terabytes of data

      • #138743
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Zomg you only have mk1 of the mark? What are you poor or something? You need to get the upgrade to at least Mk4 if you want to shop at Walmart sis. freaking poorscrote.

    • #138741
      Anonymous
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      >hacks
      >bad updates
      gee, I wonder what a pleasant experience people will have when they can easily be manipulated/corrupted like a computer

      • #138742
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I feel like none of you scrotebrains understand what RFID is

    • #138744
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It would be extremely painful

      • #138749
        Anonymous
        Guest

        for you

    • #138745
      Anonymous
      Guest

      First, give at least one reason why you would get it.

    • #138746
      Anonymous
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      bodily rejection
      unnecessary skin scarring

    • #138747
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Same reason you shouldn’t want backdoors installed into your CPU right out of the box or people monitoring your finances 24/7

    • #138752
      Anonymous
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      big needle scary

    • #138754
      Anonymous
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      you’ll be owned by the state forever

      • #138756
        Anonymous
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        What the fuck do you think RFID is

    • #138758
      Anonymous
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      So far I’ve been disappointed by being an early adopter of…

      PS Vita, 3DS, PS5, PS3, PS4, Skylake, Ryzen, Too many AMD cards to count, DDR4.

      I’ve also been disappointed by at least 200 games.

      Biotech is something you let the crazy normie "bio hackers" do, then you enjoy what they beta tested once it’s more widely accepted.

      • #138760
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Video games

    • #138762
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Super glue the chip near your planned injection site to trial the experience first.

    • #138764
      Anonymous
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      because ill be so mad about it ill start pissing and pooping everywhere

    • #138767
      Anonymous
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      >Give me one reason to X or not X
      Not your advisor, scrote.

    • #138772
      Anonymous
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      because it’s gay and scrote technology
      you don’t want to be gay AND scrote, do you?

    • #138773
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you can use your phone for nfc if you want. there is really no need irl for that though. maybe only for paying for groceries but that’s about it.

    • #138774
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There is no need to. It is useless and you need to change it every other year when they update. People who use RFID in a card or something get the same benefit, but don’t risk infections all the time.

    • #138775
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Buy an RFID card

    • #138776
      Anonymous
      Guest

      enjoy cutting it out of your body when protocol it uses gets reworked 5 years down the line.

    • #138777
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I can give you 3 reasons:
      1. I HATE THE ANTICHRIST
      2. I HATE THE ANTICHRIST
      3. I HATE THE ANTICHRIST

    • #138778
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Why beta test something that clunky, when they’ll be microscopic and saturated in all bodies of water within ten years? You’ll be full of RFID and who knows what else in no time.

    • #138779
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i would get one if apartment key cards could be programmed to it

    • #138780
      Anonymous
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      no I won’t get the chip
      no I won’t eat the bugs
      no I won’t be happy

    • #138781
      Anonymous
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      Doesn’t have upsides to it over anything else, but disadvantages like that you can never go near an MRI machine ever again.

      • #138783
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That’s a US-specific meme, they use pacemakers that have a magnetic shutoff switch which can be activated using a freaking fridge magnet, so they make a wrong connection that strong magnetic fields are detrimental for electronics.

        • #138785
          Anonymous
          Guest

          So all this Maxwell-shit about how a changing magnetic field induces current is just delusional US-specific garden gnome babble?

          • #138786
            Anonymous
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            Keyword "changing". I.e. radiation. Flat magnetic field doesn’t do shit.

            • #138787
              Anonymous
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              Doesn’t matter if the field moves or the chip moves.

              • #138791
                Anonymous
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                >implying you can move fast enough to generate appreciable amount of power let alone a critically excessive one

                • #138792
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  >American education at work
                  It’s proportional to the velocity AND the field strength. And we are talking >1 freaking Tesla here.

                  • #138796
                    Anonymous
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                    The 1 freaking tesla field here is also several meters across. In order to get appreciable delta you’d need to move at a faster rate than usain bolt could ever hope to achieve.

            • #138789
              Anonymous
              Guest

              MRI’s don’t use changing magnetic fields?
              Where does resonance part of MRI come into play then?

    • #138782
      Anonymous
      Guest

      a smartphone is cheaper and better in every way
      the future is not implantable computers, it’s wearable computers

    • #138788
      Anonymous
      Guest

      freaking hell, for a board about technology, so few of you know what RFID is. It doesn’t allow for tracking, it doesn’t allow you to get hacked, it doesn’t interfere with you. rejection rates are infinitesimal so long as you get it installed by someone who knows what they are doing. All it does is broadcasts a very weak radio signal that dissipates a few cm from your skin. It can only be powered by a receiver, meaning it’s off until used. It can only store data, and a small amount at that. It can’t give you superpowers, it can’t suck your dick, and if it is the mark of the beast, it’s a pretty shit one, and I don’t see why anyone would get one besides the novelty,

      • #138798
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Okay, give me the sauce.
        Rfid can be used for many things even from circa 2009, its either paradise or panopticon with this kind of technology development.

      • #138803
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >literally used for inventory tracking
        >can’t be used for tracking

    • #138793
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Freedom.

    • #138794
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I wouldn’t want a RFID chip just because the idea of something just haphazardly thrown into my body that’s part of anything but the digestive tract displeases me. I’d swallow a camera in a pill if a doctor had to look at my insides. I wouldn’t get something that’s literally embedded in my flesh.

    • #138797
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you are going to have problems if you ever going to need to be near or in an MRI machine

    • #138799
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Gave it some thought. Just get an RFID ring, it accomplishes the same goal and is way easier (and cheaper) to maintain than something you need to dig out of yourself.

    • #138800
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >you will drink the onions
      >you will eat the bugs
      >you will live in a pod
      >you will install windows 12
      >you will use proprietary malware
      >you will pay 20000$ for a new shitty computer with backdoors instead of a 50$ librebooted thinkpad
      >you will take the vax
      >you will take the 2nd shot
      >you will take 5 booster shots
      >you will buy big pharma poison
      >you will have a chip in your brain
      >you will die
      >you will be happy*
      *no do not think goy we do the thinking for you, just trust us ok?

    • #138802
      Anonymous
      Guest

      lol If this get’s popular I’m going to start carrying a super magnet with me and fry people’s devices as I walk by them.

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