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ASU gets award for smartphone networked student IDs from RFID manufacturer

• Global Newswire
"We are honored that NACCU has recognized this pilot program, which is an important step toward global deployment of mobile access control technology beyond cashless payment applications," said Debra Spitler, vice president of mobile access solutions with HID Global, RFID manufacturer and global technology provider for RFIDs in military and national ID cards around the world. 

Reportedly, 80% of ASU student users now broadcast location data to a global student ID network from their smartphones every time they enter and leave their dormitories. A move celebrated by the National Assoc. of Campus Card Users - NACCU a non-profit organization who promotes location and dataveillance incorporation by way of RFID adoption, mobile GPS data location tracking and administrative coercion to State funded colleges throughout the United States.

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Comment by John Green
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Why is this suprising.  Michael Crow, president of ASU is CIA and serves on IN-Q-Tel board of directors (the CIA's investment company).

 ASU brought you the facial recognition technology that is used in fusion centers and now this.

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