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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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But still, somehow they retain hope that resistance is possible. They stick to the facts and let you construct your own nightmare vision. In this startling, eye-opening book, you’ll learn how powerful corporations are planning a future where: Oct 22, Dpychips rated it liked it.

She regularly speaks on the consumer privacy and civil liberties imp Dr. 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.

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. Do your own research by starting with this book. Preview — Spychips by Katherine Albrecht.


We are experiencing technical difficulties. In this startling, eye-opening book, you’ll learn how powerful corporations are planning a future where: Oct 12, Kelly Mayfield rated it liked it. Definitely not a “Light Read”.

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Well, you should, because in just a few short years, this explosive new technology could tell kafherine, criminals, and government snoops everything about you.

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This is no conspiracy theory. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. Read all about what big business and the new world order have done, are doing and plan to do with RFID technology in this book. There is much information here on a topic that is rarely discussed – RFID chips.

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Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted. And considering it’s several years old, it’s probably less creepy than reality. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

For example, with an RFID reader at a checkout counter, merchants can know immediately and exactly what their inventory and sales look like. I am one of the first people to point and laugh at over-the-top religious whackjobs, and I found this book to be highly relevant to a secular society. Within its first four weeks alone, the book sold thousands of copies, and the journalistic and privacy communities called it “brilliantly written,” “stunningly powerful,” and “scathing.


I think they should have commented more on the positive aspects of the fast-arriving future. Want to Read saving…. It’s a truly creepy book and well worth reading. RFID can help with that. Learn how and when to remove these template messages.

Spychips by Katherine Albrecht, Liz McIntyre | : Books

When the purchaser of an item returns, their “exact abrecht can be determined from any tags they have with or on them spychils the tags can be “used to monitor the movements of the person through the store or other areas. Stores will change prices as you approach-squeezing extra profits out of bargain shoppers and the poor. The authors ignore the importance of a thriving black market. Liz McIntyre is an award-winning investigative writer with a flair for exposing corporate shenanigans and bureaucratic misdeeds.

Nor do they seem to care, which is what the mega-corporations are counting on. Sep 26, Pages Buy. As a former bank examiner and CPA, McIntyre brings meticulous research skills and a keen investigative eye albrcht her reporting on corporate policy-making and bureaucratic misdeeds. Listen to Katherine Albrecht.