people hav the right of privacy.. the government doesn't hav any right to track their ppl.. of cos this is the same for big corporations.. so wad if they are big? can they track their consumers? they should use their time to think of ways to help their ppl/consumers, instead of coming out with ways of spying..
I personally don't think is right and it should be illegal. But I also see it as becoming a reality in the future. They have already started something like this in the US with the installation of computer chips in certain credit cards. They call it "Fraud Protection" now, but it's just a short step from fraud protection to actual monitoring of purchases, buying habits, and possibly outside access to your credit information, banking information, payment history, etc. As it stands now our credit history and what we pay towards our bills every month is tracked and recorded by a handfull of credit reporting agencies, and our credit rate is determined by what those companies report to creditors.
Just another way for Big Brother to keep an eye on us.