February 18, 2018
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Comments for: Corinna company to offer badge wallets with Radio Frequency Identification shields

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  • nice

  • Anonymous

    I’m curious to see how many people will be getting themselves into trouble with this “badge” when using it for purposes not intended.

    • Anonymous

      The wallets don’t come with the badge! They are designed for officers to carry their agencies badge and their police identification.

  • Good luck to you; it is good to see innovation in our state…  

  • Anonymous

    How will this help after Homeland SEcurity requires all of us to have RFIDs implanted in our bodies?

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