@ShaneMorris: "My fridge has an RFID chip in the water filter, which means the generic water filter I ordered for $19 doesn't work. My fridge will literally not dispense ice, or water. I have to pay @generalelectric $55 for a water filter from them."
(Image: GE, Cryteria, CC-BY, modified)
An anonymous hero created a website called GE Filtergate. The website describes how his GE refrigerator issued an ominous warning that he had seven days to install a new GE water filter before the refrigerator “disabled its own ice and water system. He examined the refrigerator and learned that the filter had an RFID chip: […]
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