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.
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English Tracking your every purchase, watching our every move. 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 This seemingly innocuous commercial maneuver will inevitably turn our society into a Big Brother nightmare.
Analysts envision a time when the system will be used to identify and track every item on the planet, including you. A Harvard doctoral researcher. 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.
McIntyre is perhaps best known for her lively, accessible treatment of technical topics as the MoneyMom, a family money writer and columnist. 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 track everyday objects - and even people - keeping tabs on everything you own and everywhere you go. This is no conspiracy theory. Hundreds of millions of dollars have already been invested in what global corporations and the governments are calling "the hottest new technology since the bar code.
Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Move with RFID