Tiny Computer Chips
That Can Read Almost Anything!

Actually, RFID has been around for a long time.  It's already
used in many ways, like security passes where you slide your
card and the door or gate opens, pay-at-the-pump conveniences
where you can just wave your card, they're in our passports,
toll-tags where we just drive on through, etc.

Also, almost all the NEW credit cards are coming out with one
embedded in them now, just look for the emblem on the back or
front.  A friend of mine received a new credit/debit card the other
day and it had one, so she called the company and told them she did
not want one with the chip in it and they actually sent her another
one without it.  So for now, it's just a matter of being informed
and knowing what these companies are doing and acting on it.

We are also seeing implications of it at our local retailers,
where we must buy the necessities of everyday life, and then
bring them home with us.  This is called
item level tagging, and so
now we are being forced to deal with it on a very personal level.

So, have you already taken one home with you?  At this point, we
all have, and that's a reality check ... so, the beginnings of it are
already upon us, whether we'd like to face it or not.  We must look
at the facts and be informed, not only for ourselves, but for the
sake of future generations to come ... our children and grandchildren.

Just Remember This One Thing:

This is a great technology if you just want to track things from
point A to point B.  If you run a warehouse and you need to keep
track of the inventory in the warehouse, RFID is a super way to do it.

RFID Tagging Is Fine For Pallets, Crates and Cases...

But Not For People!

These tiny RFID chips have already been used to spy on people!

RFID stands for "
Radio Frequency Identification."
They are tiny computer chips smaller than a grain of sand that can
track items at a distance.  These RFID spy chips have already been
hidden in the packaging of Gillette Razor Products, Pantene Shampoo
Lids, and many other products that we all buy at our local retailers.

These tiny tracking devices can even be used to
secretly identify us and the things we are carrying,
right through our clothes, wallet, backpack, or purse.

Don't believe me?
Sound impossible?
Check it out for yourself!

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Pictures of Spychips

In Our Clothes Too? (Photos)

More Photos Of Chipped Products

RFID Tagging In Texas?

Companies (or Sponsors) That Use RFID Tagging

Just What Exactly Is RFID Anyway?

Frequently Asked Questions About RFID


UPC's and EPC's

The Universal Bar Code (UPC) is now in the process of being replaced
with the Electronic Product Code (EPC), because RFID will not work
without EPC's.  These tags contain the RFID chip and antenna.

But for now, both will be used and UPC's will stay in place until
RFID and all of its components are tested and "tweaked".
There are many trial runs now in process that we, the
general public, know absolutely nothing about.

The problem with RFID has to do with the fact that the RFID
tags can be so easily hidden into products ... things people buy and
carry, and the reader devices can be so easily hidden into aspects
of the environment.  This makes it extremely easy for someone
who wants to observe and watch people, ways to do so.

The Metro, the RFID industry’s showcase retail outlet in Germany,
is a good example of a retailer abusing RFID in a surreptitious way.
About 1 1/2  years ago, Katherine Albrecht and her group toured
the store for over 3 hours.  The next day she was giving a talk on
privacy and RFID.  They had set up a $200 reader device bought
off the internet to read the RFID tags off the Pantene Shampoo
and Gillette Razor products.  And just on a lark, her colleague held
his frequent shopper card up to the reader device and a number
appeared on the screen.  They had tagged them and apparently
10,000 other shoppers at the store, by giving out these cards
without being told that they contained RFID tracking devices.

That's the retailer's dream.  Instead of having to rely on all of this
extremely expensive technology to follow you and watch you walk
around the store, they can issue you something that you put in your
wallet willingly.  That way they could figure out how long you stood
in front of the bread aisle or they could figure out how long your
shopping trip took.  They could identify you from the moment you
walked in the door.  They could identify your value to the store
and treat you differently depending on how profitable you are.

And yes, companies are absolutely thinking like that.  Katherine
Albrecht has literally thousands of pages to back that up.  Actually,
the whole current retail environment is set up to maximize profit.
There are things that have been going on long before RFID became
available to retailers that are quite revolting.  They’ve got shelf
cameras that can zoom in and capture your expression as you look
at a shelf.  They’ve got fake shoppers who can literally follow you
around and record what you say to the people you’re shopping
with.  It’s a $10 billion dollar per year industry, and it’s
almost entirely invisible to the average consumer.

The first thing we should do to fight back against this is to become
informed about it, because very few people have any clue at all that
it’s even happening.  To read more in detail visit
nocards.org.

But industry will try to tell us how great it will be when we can just
waltz through a check outline without having to stop and stand in line.  
But if the price we have to pay for that is having all our belongings
remotely identifiable and being under the thumb of Big Brother, I know
I'd rather stand in line because the trade-off is too ludicrously lop-sided.


C.A.S.P.I.A.N.
"Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion And Numbering."

We CAN make a difference by NOT
participating in any of these programs!

Founder and Directors of C.A.S.P.I.A.N.

DON'T PAY GILLETTE TO SPY ON YOU!
Find out how Christians are fighting back!
www.boycottgillette.com

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EPC's and RFID

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So, what do you think?
Do we just sit back and do nothing,
or do we get involved for our children
and grand-children's sake?

Each person must decide
for themselves what they will do.

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