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Spychips

eBook|Oct 2005
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RFID, which stands for Radio Frequency IDentification , is a technology that uses computer chips smaller than a grain of sand to track items from a distance. And as this mind-blowing book explains, plans and efforts are being made now...


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RFID, which stands for Radio Frequency IDentification, is a technology that uses computer chips smaller than a grain of sand to track items from a distance. And as this mind-blowing book explains, plans and efforts are being made now by global corporations and the U.S government to turn this advanced technology, these spychips, into a way to track our daily activities-and keep us all on Big Brother's short leash. Compiling massive amounts of research with firsthand knowledge, Spychips explains RFID technology and reveals the history and future of the master planners' strategies to imbed these trackers on everything-from postage stamps to shoes to people themselves-and spy on Americans without our knowledge or consent. It also urgently encourages consumers to take action now-to protect their privacy and civil liberties before it's too late.

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Big Brother gets up close and personal.


Do you know about RFID (Radio Frquency IDentification)? Well, you should, because in just a few short years, this explosive new technology could tell marketers, criminals, and government snoops everything about you.


Welcome to the world of spychips, where tiny computer chips smaller than a grain of sand will trace everyday objects?and even people?keeping tabs on everything you own and everywhere you go. In this startling, eye-opening book, you'll learn how powerful corporations are planning a future where:

Strangers will be able to scan the contents of your purse or briefcase from across a room. Stores will change prices as you approach-squeezing extra profits out of bargain shoppers and the poor. The contents of your refrigerator and medicine cabinet will be remotely monitored. Floors, doorways, ceiling tiles, and even picture frames will spy on you?leaving virtually no place to hide. microchip implants will track your every move?and even broadcast your conversations remotely or electroshock you if you step out of line.
This is no conspiracy theory. 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." Unless we stop it now, RFID could strip away our last shreds of privacy and usher in a nightmare world of total surveillance?to keep us all on Big Brother's very short leash.


What critics are saying about Spychips, the book:


Spychips "make[s] a stunningly powerful argument against plans for RFID being mapped out by government agencies, retail and manufacturing companies." ?Evan Schuman, CIO Insight


"The privacy movement needs a book. I nominate Spychips." ?Marc Rotenberg, EPIC


"Brilliantly written; so scary and depressing I want to put it down, so full of fascinating vignettes and facts that I can't put it down." ?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. It's a truly creepy book and well worth reading." ?Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe


"You REALLY want to read this book." ?Laissez Faire



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Liz McIntyre

KATHERINE ALBRECHTis the founder and director of CASPIAN, a privacy advocacy group. A Harvard doctorial researcher, she has emerged as one of the leading voices for privacy in todays fast-changing, high-tech world. Wired Magazinedubbed her the Erin Brockovich of RFID. LIZ MCINTYREis CASPIANs communications director and an investigative researcher journalist focusing on corporate policy making and misdeeds. She writes an Internet financial advice column called MoneyMom.

Katherine Albrecht

KATHERINE ALBRECHT is the founder and director of CASPIAN, a privacy advocacy group. A Harvard doctorial researcher, she has emerged as one of the leading voices for privacy in todays fast-changing, high-tech world. "Wired Magazine" dubbed her the Erin Brockovich of RFID. <BR> LIZ MCINTYRE is CASPIANs communications director and an investigative researcher journalist focusing on corporate policy making and misdeeds. She writes an Internet financial advice column called MoneyMom.

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