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Problems with enforced identity?

A bunch of people at a recent conference were given nTags (wrote about these early this year). Problem is, a couple of people weren’t too happy having information about themselves being freely transmitted to other delegates and sought their own ways of stopping it – namely by hacking into them, thus causing their nTag to make all other nTags within range to go into a sleep mode, and effectively turning them off. This caused more anger in the delegates complaining that they didn’t want their nTags tampered with in this way. Oh if I could’ve been there to see it…

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