by. Katherine Albrecht (Goodreads Author), Welcome to the world of spychips, where tiny computer chips smaller than a grain of sand will trace everyday. Dr. Katherine Albrecht is the director of CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering), an organization she founded in to. Dr. Katherine Albrecht. 10K likes. Dr. Katherine Albrecht is a Consumer Privacy Expert, Bestselling Author, and Nationally Syndicated Radio Host.
Katherine is a highly sought-after public speaker, informing audiences across Europe and North America with her well-researched, compelling, and often chilling accounts of how retail surveillance technology threatens our privacy. An internet search revealed very little since that time.
Feb 18, Seizure Romero rated it it was amazing Shelves: Big Brother isnt necessarily the government. Wake up people, youre not alone. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources.
Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID
LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Although somewhat outdated, I was amazed at the technology available in the mid decade! Some may not like it because of it’s technical detail, but it’s somewhat integral spyychips understanding how these things work, what their limitations are and what exactly these Data Miners are in search of.
Looking for More Great Reads? Do your own research by starting with this book. From Freedom to Fascism. Please help by adding reliable sources. This seemingly innocuous commercial maneuver will inevitably turn our society into a Big Brother nightmare. Hundreds of millions of dollars have already been invested in what global corporations and the government are calling “the hottest new technology since the bar code.
Author Claire Wolfe Spychips “makes a very persuasive case that some of America’s biggest companies want to embed tracking technology into virtually everything we own, and then study our usage patterns 24 hours a day.
The follow on bood is “The Spychips Threat: Published October 2nd by Thomas Nelson first published An objective and then some. Feb 05, Ray rated it really liked it. For example, with an RFID reader at a checkout counter, merchants can know immediately and exactly what their inventory and sales look like.
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Katherine Albrecht (Author of Spychips)
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A Bible Book and Contract for Children. This page was last edited on 18 Juneat Strangers will be able to scan the contents of your purse or briefcase from across a room. Face it folks the Orwellian state is here. Executive Technology magazine calls Katherine “perhaps the country’s single most vocal privacy advocate” and Wired magazine has dubbed her the “Erin Brockovich” of RFID. Our material society has become much too complaisant in our buying habits.
It’s chilling to read this because the common man or woman on the streets h Definitely not a “Light Read”. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. And obviously a little outdated. What critics are saying about Spychipsthe book: Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! I think they should have commented more on the positive aspects of the fast-arriving future. I found this to be a very albreccht read. Well, kathfrine should, because in just a few short years, this explosive new technology could tell marketers, criminals, and government snoops everything about you. Combining massive amounts of research with firsthand reporting, Spychips explains the new RFID technology [which couples radio frequency with highly miniaturized computers] And reveals the history and future of the master planners’ strategies to embed these kwtherine on everything – from postage stamps to shoes to people themselves – and spy on Americans without our knowledge or consent.