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The World Economic Forum released a video detailing their plan for tracking your clothes so they can keep track of what you own and make sure you can turn it in when you are done: Digital ID for Clothes.

The World Economic Forum released a video detailing their plan for tracking your clothes so they can keep track of what you own and make sure you can turn it in when you are done. Digital ID for Clothes.

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romanschapter9
romanschapter9
1 month ago

I read about this a while back. They want even the clothes you buy to be part of your carbon footprint. If you buy something “new” your score goes down. They can also track all of the clothing as it is sold, resold.

CajunGirl
CajunGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  romanschapter9

They’ve succeeded on getting me to the point where the local thrift store is a better option than even Walmart.

romanschapter9
romanschapter9
1 month ago
Reply to  CajunGirl

yep, I pretty much only thrift shop right now for myself and my family.
I started thrift shopping when I decided that I wasn’t going to give my money to these companies that hate my values.
If this is going to be a reality soon, we will have to be aware which clothes were made before this technology was inserted in clothes and exclusively buy those.

checkers
checkers
1 month ago

This is one of the many ways that you will be tracked. Don’t want to bring your phone with you? then you can still be tracked via rfid on your cards, id or just your clothes.

bowls
bowls
1 month ago
Reply to  checkers

Or just don’t wear them

Kay
Kay
1 month ago

Whelp, time to get naked!
And brands should shut down anyway—-they’re all Satanic. Why must we suffer? Punish them!

CajunGirl
CajunGirl
1 month ago

When tracking citizens by facial recognition, their heartbeat or gps isn’t enough!