Forced Computer Tracking Over in San Antonio Schools

no666sAndrea Hernandez is back in high school in San Antonio after being expelled for refusing to wear “the mark of the beast.”  On October 1, 2012, John Jay High School and Anson Jones Middle School began forcing students to wear RFID tracking badges as part of the “Student Locator Project.”  The school claimed it helped them track students and keep accurate attendance records.

Hernandez was suspended from the school for refusing to wear the badge for religious reasons, linking it to the “mark of the beast” in the biblical book of Revelation.  The Rutherford Institute filed a suit on behalf of Hernandez, and on November 21, 2012, a judge tentatively blocked the suspension. Hernandez was expelled from the school in January 2013.  This week, the high school student was allowed to re-enter the school which had abandoned the RFID project.

One critical problem that seldom gets mentioned in these reports is this: if the government can track you, so can anyone who can access your signal.

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LINKS

http://myfox8.com/2012/10/11/students-at-texas-school-forced-to-wear-rfid-tracking-badges/

http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-11/22/student-refuses-to-wear-rfid

http://nbclatino.com/2013/07/18/tracking-system-called-mark-of-the-beast-by-student-dropped-in-san-Antonio

If this blog entry looks similar to what you’ll find at  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Jay_High_School_(San_Antonio)#Student_Locator_Project, well that’s because I wrote that too.

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7 Responses to Forced Computer Tracking Over in San Antonio Schools

  1. TawTew the Naturally Perfumed says:

    Students have rights just like adults, and freedom of religion is certainly part of that. Andrea stood up for what she believed and we should all be proud of her. Students shouldn’t have to be tracked if they don’t want to be. Whose business is it what toilet you’re sitting on?

  2. Mr. Hiedler says:

    Wir will monitor all you amerikanischen schweinehunde! Ve will take over your frankfurter stands and your Die Partei soll herrschen alle! Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil!

  3. Pet Girl says:

    Leave us kids alone!

  4. Miley Spears says:

    They have to track students with computer chips? Like they can’t just take attendance? Students can switch badges with each other anyway and no one would notice. What’s that guy doing in the girl’s restroom?

  5. MJ Lover says:

    Liked a girl,
    Couldn’t mack her,
    So instead
    I electronically track her.

  6. Rev. Bootie says:

    But we do need to know which toilet they sit on. For real safety, the badges should all have hidden microcameras so we can watch them constantly. What’s that? Oh, they already do. Where’s my webcam?

  7. ブルガリ 時計 コピー says:

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