"This is no wild-eyed street preacher.
- Wired Magazine
CNN: KATHERINE DEBATES LEADING RFID PROPONENTKatherine and Mark Roberti of the RFID Journal go head-to-head on CNN.
KATHERINE ON COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANNKatherine brings Keith Olbermann's audience up to speed on the dangers of RFID in everything we buy.
RFID PRIVACY NIGHTMARE Linda Alvarez of CBS 2 Los Angeles reveals the privacy downsides of RFID. Katherine was a key contributor to the report.
EXPOSING CVS PHARMACY'S DATA VULNERABILITYKatherine discovered and publicized a dangerous data hole with the CVS "Extra Care" card that would allow snoops to access customers' over-the-counter medicine purchases. CVS was forced to shut down the website and shore up its data policies.
EXTRA! EXPLORES THE DOWNSIDE OF GROCERY LOYALTY CARDSKatherine discusses data collection issues associated with the supermarket loyalty card.
PROTESTING CARD-BASED PRICE DISCRIMINATION IN SEATTLEKatherine leads a demonstration outside of Kroger-owned QFC supermarket in Seattle to protest the introduction of the store's discriminatory and invasive card program.
PRICES ARE HIGHER AT STORES WITH CARDSKatherine does a price comparison for Seattle KIRO television to show how the QFC shopper card does not save them money.
CUSTOMER-SPECIFIC PRICINGSupermarket "loyalty cards" can be used to discriminate against low-income and low-profit shoppers, while spying on the high rollers. Katherine explains how.
KATHERINE TALKS RFID WITH KURT THE CYBERGUYKTLA Los Angeles discusses the pros and cons of RFID-based data capture.
PAYING FOR DISCOUNTS WITH YOUR PRIVACYKatherine explains how the supermarket "club card" compromises your privacy while not saving you money.
LOOKING AT RFID IN THE "LIVE FREE OR DIE" STATENew Hampshire Business host Fred Kocher conducts a lengthy interview with Katherine in WMUR's Manchester studio. (Note: The set used in this piece is the same one used by the presidential candidates when they stump in New Hampshire.)
NEW HAMPSHIRE PUBLIC TELEVISION INTERVIEWS KATHERINENew Hampshire Public Television takes a close look at supermarket frequent shopper cards. The clip features a rare interview of Katherine in her home. (Notice all the books!)
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