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Spychips : how government and major corporations are tracking your every move / Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre.

Albrecht, Katherine. (Author). McIntyre, Liz. (Added Author).

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  • 3 of 3 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Jay Co PL - Portland 323.44 A341 (Text) 76383000348124 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Peabody PL - Columbia City NON-FICTION 323.4482 ALBRECHT (Text) 30403001457431 Adult - Non-Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 1595550208 :
  • Physical Description: pages cm
  • Publisher: Nashville, Tenn : Nelson Current, [2005]

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Tracking everything everywhere : the RFID threat -- Spychips 101 : the basics of RFID -- The master plan : how RFID could change your world forever -- The spy in your shoe : how everyday objects could report on their owners -- There's a target on your back : how marketers plan to use RFID to manipulate and spy on customers -- The RFID retail zoo : the future of shopping -- Bringing it home : how RFID could invade your private spaces -- Talking trash : how the RFID tags you throw away say as much as the ones you keep -- Yes, that's your medicine cabinet talking : how your doctor, pharmacy, and hospital plan to use RFID -- This is a stickup : RFID crimes, should-be crimes, and just plain snooping -- Downshifting into surveillance mode : tracking people through their travels -- The chips that won't die : technical fixes to the RFID problem -- Adapt or die : how RFID backers hope to get you on board -- Are you next? : numbering, tracking, and controlling humans with RFID -- Your tax dollars at work : government use of RFID -- The nightmare scenario : what if Hitler had RFID? -- Pull the plug! : how you can help win the RFID war -- Epilogue.
Subject: Privacy, Right of > United States.
Radio frequency identification systems
Electronic surveillance > Social aspects > United States.

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