1994-04-19 - Re: BEST Inc.

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From: Sandy Sandfort <sandfort@crl.com>
To: Jeremy Cooper <jeremy@crl.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-04-19 22:34:52 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 19 Apr 94 15:34:52 PDT

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From: Sandy Sandfort <sandfort@crl.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 94 15:34:52 PDT
To: Jeremy Cooper <jeremy@crl.com>
Subject: Re: BEST Inc.
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On Tue, 19 Apr 1994, Jeremy Cooper wrote:

> . . .
> The mag strips are only for ease of use.  They contain the same info that 
> is on the front of our liscence.  Earlier on there was a discussion about 
> how you can really piss cops off if your card doesn't read, because they 
> have to write it all down by hand.  
> Also, what we they do if you accidentaly erased that strip, arrest you?  
> Many people are ignorant of the fact that magnetism erases the info on 
> that stripe.  Is it your fault if the stripe losses even one bit of 
> information that might cause it to read incorrectly?

Say, does anyone have a magnetic strip reader/writer?  It might have some 
intersting uses, don't you think?             ^^^^^^

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