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3 comments:

  1. The City is Ours Inc., 10. April 2013, 18:37

    The Snapper card once registered online is able to track you while you travel the network or when you park your car, this information is shared by Infratil with government agencies like the police. This medium is designed to gain entry into the retail industry ( no it’s not a bus-pass) and compete directly with banks at point of sale, with a view to making us a cashless society.

     
  2. Tinfoil Hat, 11. April 2013, 14:15

    You mean they will pass information on to the police exactly the same as the banks do with EFTPOS transactions (i.e. with a warrant)? Wow, they will be competing directly with the banks then… You only need to worry about this if you are trying to avoid the police or other government agencies.

     
  3. M, 11. April 2013, 19:19

    We’re already being tracked by mobile phone companies, credit card companies, banks, security cameras etc etc, working separately or in cahoots, so it’s hard to see why another company joining the party is a major issue – unless you’ve got a thing about Infratil!

     

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