Dr. Katherine Albrecht is the founder and director of CASPIAN, an international consumer group. Dubbed the "Erin Brockovich" of RFID by Wired magazine, she is one of the leading voices for privacy in today's fast-changing, high-tech world. Katherine holds a doctorate in education from Harvard University.
Liz McIntyre is an award-winning investigative writer with a flair for exposing corporate shenanigans and bureaucratic misdeeds. She serves as CASPIAN's communications director and has been the master strategist for many of the organization's most successful media campaigns.
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RFID chips are tiny tracking devices that can be attached to or embedded in nearly anything -- and ultimately will be if industry and governments have their way.
I was pleasantly surprised, as it is well written, as easy to read as a novel, very well documented, and reasoned in the warnings about privacy and technology.
I chose this rating because Ms. Albrecht did not hesitate in revealing how government, big business, and conglomerates are spying on average, everyday, honest people.Published 5 months ago by Marilyn Carr
Very good explanations as to what's happening in our society. Highly recommend this book - easy reading & informative. A good read.Published 7 months ago by T. Rinkach
Very interesting material-with all documentation backed up. Makes you more alert as to who wants to know more about you and what they will do with that information. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Barbara Seaworth
This book lays the ground work of what's to come. In the near future, the whole world's products are going to be accounted for with it's specific number. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ray
It was too technical and confusing to read....did not keep my interest. I could not finish, it was very boring.Published 11 months ago by Bonita K. Thompson
This is a well researched book by Dr. Katherine Albrecht, in which she and her co-author - Liz Mcintire describe how corporate America is implanting microchips in more and more of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by JimmyBlues