I Won't Take the Mark
A Bible book and contract for children

Helping children understand the Book of Revelation

This beautifully illustrated and scripturally accurate book gently conveys the warnings of Revelation while joyously celebrating the ultimate triumph of good over evil,  guiding children to a closer relationship with Jesus -- whether at home, in church, or as part of a Bible study.

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SPYCHIPS: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track your Every Move with RFID

The award-winning bestseller and definitive guide to Radio Frequency Identification.

"Paints a 1984-ish picture of how corporations would like to use RFID tags to keep tabs on you."
- Associated Press

"A chilling story about an emerging future in which spychips run amok as Big Brother and Big Shopkeeper invade our privacy in unprecedented ways."   - Chicago Tribune

"Spychips is one of the best privacy books in many years....The privacy movement needs a book. I nominate Spychips."
- Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

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"THE SPYCHIPS THREAT: Why Christians Should Resist RFID and Electronic Surveillance"





Look for Spychips Translations in These Languages

SPANISH

CHIPS ESPIAS
Como las grandes corporaciones y el gobierno planean monitorear cada uno de sus pasos con RFID
Grupo Nelson, June 2006   ISBN: 0881130664

>> Introduccion a Chips Espias .PDF| Bruce Sterling

>> Capítulo Uno de Chips Espias .PDF

>> Descripción Promocional .PDF

>> Video Promocional .WMV | 13 MB | 5 min.

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ROMANIAN

Cipurile Spion
Modul in care marile corporatii si guvernele planuiesc sa va urmareasca fiecare miscare prin RFID
ISBN: 978-973-136-160-4


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>> Mesaj pentru Romania [subtitrat] 
 
KMA 2009 video message to
Romanian people

>> RFID - Urmărind Totul Peste Tot
KMA's "RFID Tracking Everything
Everywhere" overview video with Romanian subtitles

>> RFID overview and background in Romanian

>> Controlul total prin cipurile electronice
 
Related documentary (not kma)

ITALIAN 

Spychips
Le multinazionali e i governi progettano di sorvegliare ogni nostra mossa
Arianna Editrice  ISBN: 888730761X

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RFID Tag - You're It

Scientific American, September 2008, pp. 72-77.

Summary: Tiny radio-frequency identification tags, long used for tracking supplies and inventory, are now appearing in a growing range of consumer items. A privacy activist argues that the devices pose new security risks to those who carry them, often unwittingly. Includes a focus on "Enhanced Drivers Licenses."

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RFID: The Doomsday Scenario
Book Chapter by Katherine Albrecht

Chapter in "RFID: Applications, Security, and Privacy"

Edited by Simson Garfinkel and Beth Rosenberg. New Jersey: Addison Wesley. 2006. (Katherine's chapter appears on pp. 259–273.)


Katherine's 15-page article introduces a new taxonomy for describing the databases that will store unique RFID numbers and describes how they will enable round-the-clock tracking of the public.

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Research and Academic Writing on RFID

"Microchip-Induced Tumors in Laboratory Rodents and Dogs: A Review of the Literature 1990–2006"


Paper presented at Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Symposium on Technology and Society; Wollongong, Australia; Summer 2010


Additional Research Reports and Articles


Philosophy and Activism


"10 Reasons Not to Use a Fake Shopper Card"

Even if you think you've found a way to "beat the system," you can't keep shopping at Surveillance Central.


Keeping Your Humanity Alive in Wartime

by Dr. Katherine Albrecht

(Written just days before the start of the bloody Iraq war)

Whenever I find myself getting numb or insensitive to the reality of war

I do this little exercise. I start with a number -- say the 40,000

Iraqis killed in the first Persian Gulf War or the 2,823 people killed

in the World Trade Center disaster.

Then, because numbers like those are meaningless on their own, I force

myself to give them meaning.

In a quiet moment when I am alone and contemplative, I begin to slowly

count.

one...

two...

three...

four...

With each number, I envision a human life. A living, breathing, flesh

and blood human life -- like mine. Like my sister's. Like my husband's.

The life of a friend, like you. A life that contained emotions I can

understand, events I can feel and see.

A mother giving birth to a baby and holding him close in her arms. A

father's outpouring of love and protection for the new family.

A child shouting with enthusiasm and innocence, excitement over a new

toy, learning to sing, or whistle, or ride a bike.

The nervousness of peering into the mirror of adolescence, worrying if that special person will think you're good enough. The shy, awkward thrill of a first kiss.

Falling in love and discovering infinity through it, laughing with

friends at a good joke, feeling one's world shatter at the news of a

loved one's death.

The taste of water when you are thirsty, gazing at the full

moon on a clear night, feeling the sun on your face. Hearing the sound of birds on a clean, bright morning when the grass is misted with dew.

As I linger over each number, filling in its cold emptiness with the

details of a human life, the cloak of numbness falls away. In place of

statistics stand people, rising up from their numbered graves to become

real men and women, looking me in the eye as fellow human beings who have lived lives and dreamed dreams. In most cases, I believe they could have been my friends.

When I do my "count the dead" exercise, I rarely have to go past ten or

so to re-establish the meaning of war in my mind. Even then, I try to

keep counting a few dozen more, to remind myself what large numbers of

dead really mean. When I am feeling exhausted by this, I reflect on the

fact that it would take me 55 hours to say goodbye to each person killed

in the 1991 war in Iraq alone.

I've concluded that when it comes to war, numbers are the enemy of

compassion. The sterility of numbers plays on our our technical and

mathematical sensibilities, causing us to conclude, for example, that

there is little difference between 40,000 dead and 41,000 dead.

Then the thought of adding another 1,000 to the images in my head is

inconceivably horrible -- as it should be.

"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of

God."

Matthew 5:3-10

Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.

Blessed are those who mourn: for they shall be comforted.

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness: for they shall

be filled.

Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.

Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of

God.

Blessed are they that are persecuted for righteousness sake, for theirs

is the kingdom of heaven.

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