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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She has written a children’s book called I Spycbips Take the Mark: Mar 23, Glenda Nelson rated it really liked it. RFID tags are silicon spychipps chips with a unique identification number and a flat metallic antenna attached. We are experiencing technical difficulties.

From Freedom to Fascism. 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. While manufacturers and the government want you to believe that they would never misuse the technology, the future looks like an Orwellian nightmare when you consider the possibilities of surveillance and tracking these chips embody. Jan 03, Cory rated it really liked it.

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Please help by adding reliable sources. I hate it when celery goes bad in the fridge. 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.


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Her success exposing corporate misdeeds has earned her accolades from Advertising Age and Business Week and caused pundits to label her a PR genius. And obviously a little outdated.

Tracking your every purchase, watching our every move.

This is no conspiracy theory. Views Read Edit View history. Horribly and sadly misinformed. Katherine Albrecht has honed in on the outcomes of this type of world, where chips are everywhere. Marc Rotenberg, EPIC “Brilliantly written; so scary and depressing I want to put it down, so full of fascinating vignettes and facts that I can’t put it down.

Kesington rated it liked it. Big Brother gets up close and personal. Feb 11, Erik rated it really liked it Shelves: About Liz McIntyre Liz McIntyre is an award-winning investigative writer with a flair for exposing corporate shenanigans and bureaucratic misdeeds.

Katherine is co-author of “Spychips: No trivia or quizzes yet. Oct 22, Katy rated it liked it.

Apr 16, Kevin rated it liked it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. History of RFID chips, how and why your shopping cards are katherlne. I prefer that messianic authors do a better job of hiding their message. Nor do they seem to care, which is what the mega-corporations are counting on.


An internet search revealed very little since that time. The book lays out the potential implications of RFID on privacy and civil liberties. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.

Preview — Spychips by Katherine Albrecht. Author Claire Wolfe Spychips “makes a very persuasive case that some of America’s biggest companies want to embed tracking technology into virtually everything we own, and then study our usage patterns 24 hours a day. Strangers will be able to scan the contents of your latherine or briefcase from across a room.

Katherine Albrecht

Albrecht has emerged as one of the leading voices for privacy in today’s fast changing, high-tech world, providing over a thousand media interviews and testifying on RFID katherne lawmakers around the globe. And its all true. She is a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire. May 27, Kelly rated it liked it Recommended to Kelly by: What critics are saying about Spychipsthe book: