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electronic tag

n
(Law) another name for tag12
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However, the RIMOWA Electronic Tag, which has been available since the beginning of 2016 via the Lufthansa app, is not necessarily something for everyone.
Summary: RIMOWA's unique Electronic Tag works with a simple mobile app
A JUROR who came to court drunk has been given an electronic tag.
Once checked in, customers just need to hold their smartphone over the electronic tag, which automatically scans a unique barcode containing their flight details and an easy-to-see view of their bag's destination.
It is designed for use by passengers that book in on line, and after completing the computerised process they will be able to update their details on the electronic tag by holding a smartphone above it.
A WOMAN who was embarrassed about the prospect of wearing an electronic tag in front of her parents stormed out of court yesterday.
Summary: Over half of criminals made to wear an electronic tag breach the terms of their curfew conditions, a review has found.
Stacey Downey had been put on an electronic tag after being convicted of an assault.
A teenage burglar who battered a mother-of two to death in her own home was on an electronic tag for a previous offence at the time of the attack, it emerged last night.
Mr Cliff, 38, of Otley Avenue, Park End, Middlesbrough, was given an electronic tag and 7pm-7am curfew when he was convicted of drink driving.
The 28-year-old, who received a nine-month sentence after admitting shooting his girlfriend in the head with an airgun, was freed with an electronic tag after just 10 weeks.
ITPCO has been working on the development of an electronic tag that uses radio frequency identification for packages in warehouses.

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