SPYCHIPS BY KATHERINE ALBRECHT PDF

Face it folks the Orwellian state is here. While some people are waking up and trying to fight it in whatever way they can the masses of sheeple, even if shown the facts about whats happening in the world could care less just so long as they can watch tv, play video games and eat McDonalds and potato chips. Oddly, I found it to be a bit too paranoid. The authors were knowledgeable enough about the topic to know that it is pointless to resist. But still, somehow they retain hope that resistance is possible.

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Face it folks the Orwellian state is here. While some people are waking up and trying to fight it in whatever way they can the masses of sheeple, even if shown the facts about whats happening in the world could care less just so long as they can watch tv, play video games and eat McDonalds and potato chips. Oddly, I found it to be a bit too paranoid. The authors were knowledgeable enough about the topic to know that it is pointless to resist. But still, somehow they retain hope that resistance is possible.

They stick to the facts and let you construct your own nightmare vision. From what I read it is unavoidable. There is simply no way to prevent these tags from invading every aspect of our lives. I think they should have commented more on the positive aspects of the fast-arriving future.

I hate it when celery goes bad in the fridge. RFID can help with that. You will not be able to buy or sell without the mark of the beast.

The authors ignore the importance of a thriving black market. RFID tags are silicon computer chips with a unique identification number and a flat metallic antenna attached.

The antenna allows the chip to communicate with RFID readers via radio waves. The chips, some as small as a grain of sand, can be imbedded in anything "Imagine a world of no more privacy. The chips, some as small as a grain of sand, can be imbedded in anything from products, the packages they come in, credit or frequent shopper cards, or even human skin.

The radio waves allow the tag to be read from a distance through whatever it is in without the knowledge of the person possessing it. For example, with an RFID reader at a checkout counter, merchants can know immediately and exactly what their inventory and sales look like. With RFID, however, a unique number is assigned each and every individual can. For example, IBM filed a patent application in for the "identification and tracking of persons using RFID-tagged items" by collecting RFID numbers at cash registers and storing them in a database.

When the purchaser of an item returns, their "exact identity" can be determined from any tags they have with or on them and the tags can be "used to monitor the movements of the person through the store or other areas.

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