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LaserLock Technologies Inc. Message Board

  • frnk61 Jun 12, 2013 10:35 AM Flag


    By the way I believe the fist announcement of any significance about a deal probably will come from their arrangement with that note company. Stands to reason as they were the first movers & shakers they got involved with.

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    • Good evening frnk- hope the weather is OK your way. I'm in the Philly area and tomorrow may be a bit of a problem. Anyway, I agree with you on the American Banknote theory. Since the ID solutions and security services they offer is essentially a quasi-government activity (driver's licenses, national ID cards, passports, debit and credit cards, smart cards and postage stamps) our strategic partnership with them that we first announced in April may be a reason for bringing Chertoff on board. If so, we're slowly heading towards the home run we all hope for.

      I think another key area of focus is the pharmaceutical industry. Earlier this month the House passed HR 1919, the "Safeguarding America's Pharmaceuticals Act of 2013." Our management team is convinced that LaserLock's various authentication technologies permit the requisite track and trace features that allow ideal monitoring of product from origin and throughout the supply chain movement. Since this is such a huge issue (in fact it may turn out to be the most important private sector need due to health implications) I believe our activities in this sector are dynamic too. We should surelyremember that our BOD Chairman's area of expertise is global pharmaceuticals and Constance Harriman's is global trade. To my way of thinking, it's all good. Just get that volume up...

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