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.
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Sep 25, K. Albrecht later broadcast “The Dr. Do your own research by starting with this book. Albrecht devised the term ” spy chips ” to describe RFID tags such as those embedded in passport cards and certain enhanced United States driver’s licenses. Albrechf help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources.
Katherine Albrecht (Author of Spychips)
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For example, Kstherine 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. This is a damn scary book.
The authors ignore the importance of a thriving black market. Apr 16, Kevin rated it liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The book lays out the potential implications of RFID on privacy and civil liberties. She regularly speaks on the consumer privacy and civil liberties impacts of new technologies, with an emphasis on RFID and retail issues.
Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! I don’t want to seem paranoid but the implications contain in this book are disturbing. Views Read Edit View history. Katherine is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading experts on consumer privacy. A Bible Book and Contract for Children.
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Might make you look at all those antennas they’re constructing on the highways differently. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for albrrcht.
I am one of the first people to point and laugh at over-the-top religious whackjob According to Goodreads, five stars indicates “it was amazing. Author Claire Wolfe Spychips “makes a katherie persuasive case that some of America’s jatherine companies want to embed tracking technology into virtually everything we own, and then study our usage patterns 24 hours a day.
It is scary what these big corporations think they can put over on us. Refresh and try again. An objective and then some.
Major corporations are working right now to install tiny tracking devices on all consumer products, find if we fail to oppose these practices now say authors and activists Albrecht and Mclntyre, our future may look like something from a terrifying sci-fi novel – it will be in As a former bank examiner and CPA, McIntyre brings meticulous research skills and a keen investigative eye to her reporting on corporate policy-making and bureaucratic misdeeds.
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In a lengthy rebuttal, Albrecht asked why critics don’t “mention sworn patent documents from IBM describing ways to secretly follow innocent people in libraries, theaters, and public restrooms through the RFID tags in their clothes and belongings?
Please try again later. Consumer rights activists Living people Radio-frequency identification births Harvard Graduate School of Education alumni. May 13, Tim rated it it was ok. She has testified on RFID technology before the Federal Trade Commission, state legislatures, the European Commission, and the Federal Reserve Bank, and she has given over a thousand television, radio and print interviews to news outlets all over the world.
I would be interested in learning what new steps have been taken by CASPIAN and the authors of this book in the interim since the book was published.
Welcome to the world of spychips, where tiny computer chips smaller than a grain of sand will trace everyday objects? Sep 26, Pages. Excellent content; not the best writing.
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