Katherine Albrecht - R.F.I.D Lecturesrnrnrnrnwot the original upper wrote:rnI\'ve just purchased and encoded these DVD\'s and imo this information will go well with the upcoming bombshell documentary AMERICA: FREEDOM TO FASCISM which is due in theaters in one month. If you haven\'t heard of this movie, please check out the website
and spread the word.rnrnThese 2 lectures are absolutely excellent in waking people up to an obscure and very serious subject. She\'s able to take this complex topic and make it very easy to understand, whether your 8 or 80 and most importantly she explains the privacy implications for all people if RFID technology is implimented unimpeded. Although these 2 lectures are produced by Endtime Ministries, they contain no references to Christianity so that some people won\'t be put off by it.rnrnThere are 2 other lectures called "Big Brother, The Chip & The Mark" and "On the Brink of the Mark" by Katherine Albrecht which do talk about RFID and its connections to Christianity. groggin >> I could up these as well if people are interested.rnrnDescription on the back of the DVD\'s:rnKatherine Albrecht is widely recongnized as one of the world\'s leading experts on consumer privacy. She has testified before the Federal TradernCommission, the California state legislature, the European Commission, and the Federal Reserve Bank on the consumer implications of RFID technology, and given over a thousand television, radio and print interviews to news outlets all over the world. Her efforts have been featured on CNN, NPR, The CBS Evening News, Business Week, and the London Times, to name just a few.rnExecutive Technology Magazine recently called Katherine "perhaps the nation\'s most outspoken privacy advocate" and Wired magazine calls her the "Erin Brockovich" of RFID. A recent quote in the Montreal Gazette compared Katherine\'s consumer work to that of Ralph Nader.rnMs. Albrecht leads the grassroots consumer resistance to supermarket loyalty cards and RFID chip implantation.rnrn]RFID - Tracking Everything, Everywhere (2004)rn1h:07secrn512x368rn350 mbrnrnrnNjoy!