The Spychips Threat: Why Christians Should Resist RFID and Electronic Surveillance (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jan 31, 2006 - Political Science - 288 pages
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Ever feel like you're being watched? This eye-opening book shows how a new technology may soon track your every move . . . and pave the way for the fulfillment of end-time biblical prophecy.

A revolutionary technology called RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is poised to expose our habits, secrets, and slip-ups to money-hungry marketers, savvy criminals, and government snoops. One day soon, our shoes could keep track of our footsteps. Stores could ID us as we walk in the door. Hidden "tracking units" could log even our restroom visits.

Global corporations and government agencies have already invested millions in a plan that uses tiny microchips to uniquely number and track everyday items. Parts of this Orwellian vision are uncannily similar to the prophesies of Revelation. Chipping inanimate objects is just the start-the endpoint is a form of RFID that can be injected into the flesh. This work-an updated version of Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre's controversial and award-winning book Spychips-is a clarion call to Christians to take a stand against plans to monitor and control people through this unnerving new technology.

Using public records, real-world examples, and biblical prophesies, Albrecht and McIntyre uncover the frightening story behind RFID and show us how to protect our privacy and civil liberties while there's still time.


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User Review  - Winthrop J. Quiggy -

Whether or not you are believer in Biblical prophecy of the end times is immaterial, in the case of this book. Even atheists should be afraid of the kind of invasive technology that the authors are predicting here. A very scary and well-written book. Read full review

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User Review  - Jeanne Rabke -

Thanks for selling this book, CBD! This information needs to get out to all Christians. Read full review


The Master Plan
The Spy in Your Shoe
Theres a Target on Your Back
The RFID Retail Zoo
Bringing It Home
This Is a Stickup
Downshifting into Surveillance Mode
The Chips That Wont Die
Are You Next?
On the Brink of the Mark
Your Tax Dollars at Work
The Nightmare Scenario
Answering the Call to Action

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About the author (2006)

KATHERINE ALBRECHT is the founder and director of CASPIAN, a privacy advocacy group. A Harvard doctorial researcher, she has emerged as one of the leading voices for privacy in todays fast-changing, high-tech world. "Wired Magazine" dubbed her the Erin Brockovich of RFID.
LIZ MCINTYRE is CASPIANs communications director and an investigative researcher journalist focusing on corporate policy making and misdeeds. She writes an Internet financial advice column called MoneyMom.

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