An EU cyber security agency has developed recommendations for the introduction of greater use of RFID technology in air travel. The recommendations from ENISA (The European Network and Information Security Agency) focus on the greater use of RFID-based tags on luggage as well as the ongoing rollout of biometric chips in …
What will actually happen
What will actually happen is that they'll end up implementing whatever the US leans on them to implement.
What is "air transpiration"?
Is this things that happen in the air? Or is this to do with plants sweating?
This one with the coke....
Hey, great. This way the Slovak's will be able to label luggage with the explicit "We've hidden our test explosives inside, don't get all hot about it if you find it". And the drug runners _and_ the drugs police can both use the same label "We've hidden coke inside here, so don't intercept it, just let it on through to the recipient".
(Speaking of hidden messages, John, turn _off_ your spell checker - it might be easier to tell what transportation is going to erupt.)
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