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Mark of the Beast: password tattoos and Google verification

Even thought the Book of Revelation warns of the “Mark of the Beast,” in 2015 the discoveries include the new “password tattoo,” which could easily become a vehicle to regulate commerce or access to merchandise.

Back in 2012, at the D11 Tech conference, Motorola rolled out the “electronic tattoo” developed by the University of Illinois.

“It may be true that ten to twenty year-olds don’t want to wear a watch on their wrist,” Regina Dugan said at the time. “But you can be sure that they’ll be far more interested in wearing an electronic tattoo, if only to piss off their parents.”

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photo/ Motorola Moto X

Now the Apple watch has taken off, but the company stands firm, launching the tattoo in partnership with Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group.

“Using NFC technology, digital tattoos make it faster to safely unlock your phone anywhere without having to enter a password,” said the Motorola blog post.

The tech also offers a “password pill” and a consumable “vitamin authentication.” More here.

With hackers becoming more and more skilled at accessing your personal data, how long until this method of security becomes more widespread or a requirement?

When questioned whether Google would know everything the user was doing, Dugan noted that the company will only know if the pill is turned on or off — so, the answer is YES, because you need to have it ON in order to use it.

Conspiracy theory?

The real question should be: How long until someone uses the tech for evil purposes?

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