Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Total Surveillance


This sign is over 7ftx12ft ... Thanx for the help Liz












http://www.spychips.com/RFIDclothingstoredemo.html#Scene_1 <-Orwellian RFID Clothing Tracking Video Here is a link to the developer of this video and RFID concept: www.compexinc.com


SPYCHIPPED LEVI'S BRAND JEANS HIT THE U.S.Levi Strauss Confirms RFID Test, Refuses to Disclose Location It may be time to ditch your Dockers and lay off the Levi's, say privacy activists Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre. New information confirms that Levi Strauss & Co. is violating a call for a moratorium on item-level RFID by spychipping its clothing.










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Total Surveillance
Imagine a future in which your every belonging is marked with a unique number identifiable with the swipe of a scanner; where your refrigerator keeps track of its contents; where the location of your car is always pinpoint-able; and where signal-emitting microchips storing personal information are implanted beneath your skin or embedded in your inner organs.

This is the future of radio frequency identification (RFID), a technology whose application has so far been limited largely to supply-chain management (enabling companies, for example, to keep track of the quantity of a given product they have in stock). RFID is set to be applied in a whole range of consumer settings. Already being tested in products as innocuous as shampoo, lip balm, razor blades, and cream cheese, RFID-enabled items are promoted by retailers and marketers as the next revolution in customer convenience. Consumer advocates say this is paving the way for a nightmarish future where personal privacy is a quaint throwback





1 comment:

beachblogger said...

WOW! nice work!

peace, peter