The US Military is worried about Coca Cola Company's new competition which involves both GPS-chips and mobilechips, and all this on the can itself.
"Specially rigged Coke cans, part of a summer promotion, contain cell phones and global positioning chips. That has officials at some installations worried the cans could be used to eavesdrop, and they are instituting protective measures." (CNN.com)
"We're asking people to open the cans and not bring it in if there's a GPS in it," said Master Sgt. Jerry Meredith, a Fort Knox spokesman. "It's not like we're examining cans at the store. It's a pretty commonsense thing." and Paul Saffo is comparing the worries about the GPS-cans with the worries about the CIA ban of the toy Furbies. (Wired News)