Wednesday, February 02, 2005

RFIDs - Big Brother At It Again

Boy, do I have a lot of information to give you today.
Let me first start with an explanation of what an RFID chip is, and what it does. RFID is an acronym for "radio frequency identification". This is a very small (about half the size of a grain of sand) chip which is embedded in labels or directly into items for scanning. These chips come in many different varieties.

Frequencies and Reading Ranges:
125KHz - 148KHz
Tags in this frequency range are made of a hard copper coil and eeprom chip. These lower frequency chips are readable up to a few feet away.
13.56MHz
These tags are lower in cost and more can be scanned simultaneously. A coil need not be made of hard copper at this frequency, and the chip can be scanned up to a few feet away.
915MHz
These coils also needn't be made of hard copper and the coils are much less difficult to manufacture. Thousands of these tags can be individually identified at the same time and can be scanned at up to 10 feet with a single reader, and up to 20 feet if scanned between two readers.

These RFID tags are not powered, but are activated only when a reader passes energy to them. Once they are activated, they relay serial numbers or other stored information back to the reader. There are also newer tags in production called "active tags". These tags contain a battery, giving them greater signal strength and much larger reading radii. They can be custom-manufactured as per need and are readable up to a mile away. The batteries typically last about five years.

Symbol Technologies, a leader in RFID systems, states, [Note: The original page was removed from Symbol Technology's website hours after posting this article. I have changed the link to Google's cached version of the page so you can still read the original text.] "Wal*Mart, Tesco, Metro, Albertsons, Target, and the United States Department of Defense have all publicly begun to require that their suppliers use the technology." Walmart admits it, and Tesco is purchasing RFD readers and antennae from ADT.

Let us look at a hypothetical scenario (which soon will no longer be hypothetical). You have a Visa Card or Mastercard which contains an RFID chip. You pick up some Gillette razors from the shelf and are photographed there, and again as you reach the register. Now you place your razors on the conveyor belt at the automatic checkout [See "Promising Use" Number 24] and you use your credit card, or your RFID-equipped keyring to pay for your merchandise. Fast checkout, no question. So everything is fine and dandy, right?

Wrong. You see, some sort of database will need to be kept which will contain what items you have purchased and what credit card you have purchased them with. Now, the retail store you purchased these items at will not be the only entity to view the database. All companies, from manufacturer to distributor to retail will have access to the database in real-time. This creates all sorts of security concerns. The first of which was addressed in a Johns Hopkins study. Using low-grade technology, these keyrings can be "hacked" from a distance to crack their encryption and discern what information they report back to readers. This information can then be used to make purchases without having the customer's keyring in the hacker's hands. Texas Instruments claims that "More than 40 million TIRIS RFID tags are currently in use." Computer systems are becoming more secure, but with all of this information being brodcast in real-time throughout a product's supply-chain, there is much potential for theiving of customer's information.

Texas Instruments says in its overview of the TIRIS RFID system,
"The TIRIS RFID system for automatic consumer recognition consists of keyring tags, vehicle tags and RF reader electronics. This system is custom-designed for the outdoor drive through environment...Each tag contains a unique and secure ID code that is programmed in at manufacture. In the application, each customer is individually registered to a tag so that he can be uniquely identified. The tags communicate with the RF reader unit. After a tag enters the read zone... the system begins an authentication process... It also perfoms a lookup in the customer database to find the credit card type and number"

That's right. You are almost instantly uniquely identified and your credit card information is retrieved.

The privacy invasion does not stop at photographing you in retail stores, either. casinos are now purchasing RFID technology to compliment their facial-recognition software. ["The facial-recognition program can capture a face, convert it into mathematical data, and then compare it to images of cheaters captured on camera in other casinos...the database will cough up a wealth of investigative data...height, weight, aliases and known associates."] State Turnpikes are using RFID technology to assess tolls on you as you drive through the booths.

So, you see, databases will be keeping track of where you are, what products you are purchasing, and what credit cards you are using to do so. With storage space becoming a concern as these enormous databases are created, you will likely see them being combined, probably at company headquarters. Retail outlets and grocery stores will probably begin adding RFIDs into their savings cards and combine this with the other database. Your name, address, phone number, social security number, place of employment, and many other bits of personal information will begin to be stored in a central location and will be available to anyone with access to the database. Identity theft, here we come.

Using handheld devices, 7-11 employees will now be able to track RFIDs as they walk around the store and have the information transmitted over wireless WiFi connections to their central computers. But there is no way to seperate the items sitting on the shelves from the items being carried around in your hands. And what is to stop people from obtaining these devices and walking outside the stores with them, tracking you and your RFID-ridden products you have on your person?

This is all an attempt to surveil you - and to create a cashless society. Visa blatantly admits to trying to create a cashless society in their recent Visa USA Annual Report 2004 ["Visa has become 'Today's Money,' driving the rapidly accelerating revolution toward a cashless society."]

The European Central bank plans on embedding RFID chips in Euro currency. Here is an article on a test performed which may show that RFIDs are already in US and European currency.

Katherine Albrecht, of the Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN) activist group was recently contacted via e-mail from the Grocery Manufacturers of America. This e-mail asked Ms. Albrecht for her biography information. Katherine replied, wondering why the GMA wanted this information and received this e-mail, which was apparently intented to be an internal message. The message reads, 'I don't know what to tell this woman! "Well, actually we're trying to see if you have a juicy past that we could use against you.'" Now, why would the GMA need "juicy" information about her past to "use against" her? That is, unless they are trying to hide something and need ammunition...

I have some more interesting information on RFID technologies. Have you ever heard of The Carlyle Group? If you have seen "Fahrenheit 9/11" you will remember them. "The Carlyle Group is one of the world’s largest private equity firms, with more than $18.9 billion under management....Carlyle invests in buyouts, real estate, leveraged finance and venture in Asia, Europe and North America, focusing on aerospace & defense, automotive & transportation, consumer & retail, energy & power, healthcare, industrial, technology & business services, and telecommunications & media." [Carlyle's website] George W. Bush was appointed to the board of a Carlyle-owned company, CaterAir. [Kenneth N. Gilpin, “Little-Known Carlyle Scores Big,” The New York Times, March 26, 1991. - I cannot, unfortunately, place a link to this article as the NY Times requires you to pay for a copy of this article.] George H.W. Bush (GWB's father) joined the Carlyle Group in the mid 90s. “Under the leadership of ex-officials like Baker and former Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci, Carlyle developed a specialty in buying defense companies and doubling or quadrupling their value. The ex-president not only became an investor in Carlyle, but a member of the company's Asia Advisory Board and a rainmaker who drummed up investors. Twelve rich Saudi families, including the Bin Ladens, were among them. In 2002, the Washington Post reported, ‘Saudis close to Prince Sultan, the Saudi defense minister ... were encouraged to put money into Carlyle as a favor to the elder Bush.’" [Kevin Phillips, “The Barreling Bushes; Four Generations of the Dynasty Have Chased Profits Through Cozy Ties with Mideast Leaders, Spinning Webs of Conflicts of Interest,” Los Angeles Times, January 11, 2004. - again, an article you must pay for] What does this have to do with anything? Well, Carlyle Group was part of a group of investors who put $20 million into Matrics, Inc. Matrics was a company developing RFID technology. Matrics was then acquired by Symbol Technologies. Do you wonder what one of these RFID chips from Symbol Technologies looks like? Hmm.. Interestingly similar to the swastika, the SYMBOL adopted by the National Socialist German Workers Party (also known as the Nazi Party.

I will not presume to state unequivocally that all companies using or planning to use RFID/EPC (electronic product code) technologies are trying to place you under surveillance. I am simply showing you that the ability to do so is there, and therefore it WILL happen. The Department of Defense has already ordered these technologies. Along with this very incomplete list of entities:
7-11
WalMart
Tesco
Metro
Albertsons
Target
Procter & Gamble
Gillette
Duracell
[Interestingly, P&G is purchasing Gillette/Duracell]

Metro
Boeing
Airbus
Royal Mail
[David Burder, Chief Information Officer, said, "We plan to use RFID initially to measure flows and process failures in the mail stream. It could eventually be extended to individual item tracking"]

FedEx (full-scale implementation in 2-3 years)
UPS (full-scale implementation in 2-3 years)
DHL (full-scale implementation in 2-3 years)

Additionally, Nokia models 3220 and 5140 mobile phones, and the NFC (near field communications) shell phone will be incorporating RFID technology.

RFID, Inc. states, on their website that the
following companies have used their services:
USA:
Abbot Labs
Ace Hardware
Alcoa
Allen Bradley
Amana
American Bar Code
Ameripharm
Anheuser Busch
Anthem Prescription
Apple Valley Scale
Asyst Technologies
AT&T/Lucent
Atmel/Temic
Automated Tooling Systems
Avtron
BAE Automation
Boeing Corporation
Cal Poly State University
Cameron Barkley
Carlton Bates
Caterpillar
CDS/Procare
CEI Automation
Charbroil
Computers Unlimited
Copeland
Cutler Hammer
Daimler Chrysler
Detroit Diesel
DT Industries
Eastman Kodak
Eckerd Drug
Eglin AFB
EI DuPont
Eskay
Esselte
Estee Lauder
ExcelleRx
Exxon Mobil
Fairfield Engineering
FamilyMeds.com
Federal Mogul
Ford Motor Company
Frigidaire
Fuel-All
General Electric
General Motors
Georgia Tech. University
Graybar
H.E. Butt Grocery
Hewlett Packard
High Jump Software
Howmet
Inland Steel
Jervis Webb
Kaiser Permanente
Key Handling Systems
Kim Automation
Knapp Automation
Krauss-Maffei
Lemans
Los Alamos Labs
Los Angeles Times
Lowry Computer Products
Magic Chef
Maytag
McKesson
Meridian Automotive
Motorola
NASA
National Control Systems
Northwest Airlines
Nippon Steel
Osh Kosh B’Gosh
Osram Sylvania
Pacifcare
Penn State University
Praxair
Purdue University
Pilgrim’s Pride
Polaris
Proctor & Gamble
Reliance Rockwell
Rice Lake Weighing
Rite Aid
Rockwell Automation
Rx Direct
Sandia National Labs
Schick Shaving Products
SCI Sanmina
Sears
SI/Baker & SI/Handling Systems
Square D Company
Siemens
Stanley Tools
TAVA/Topro Technologies
Tel-Drug
Texas Instruments
The Denver Post
The Boston Globe
Thomson Consumer Electronics
Timkin
TJ Maxx
Toyota
Trident Automotive
TRW
U.S. Navy
Vail Resorts
Valeo Sylvania
Veteran’s Administration
Visteon
Volvo
Wabash
Walgreens
Walt Disney amusement parks
Wepco
Whirlpool
Wunderlich-Malec
Wyeth Labs
Asia:
Electronic Corporation of India
Toyoto (Japan)
Australia:
Alcoa World Alumina
BHP Billiton Iron Ore
C&K Technologies
CMA Systems
Dampier Salt
Hamersley Iron
Logitech Consultants
Pacific Automation
Port Waratah
Queens Creek
Robe River Iron Associates
Sinclair Knight Merz
ThyssenKrupp Engineering
Voest-Alpine Materials Handling
WMC Resources
Canada:
AMT Machine Tools
Aurora Bar Code
Dofasco
Kellogg’s Cereal
Kielhauer
LSZ Papertech
Port St. Charles
SJS
Stelco Steel
WBM
Central & South America:
General Electric (Mexico)
MABE Leiser (Mexico)
SCI Sanmina (Mexico)
Retex (Peru)
Thomson Electronics (Mexico)
Europe:
Efacec (Portugal)
London Heathrow Airport
MDA Systems (France)
Moncks & Crane (UK)
Pyrotec (South Africa)
SCI Sanmina (Hungary)
TRW (UK)
TRW (Germany)
Distributors:
Advent Electric (PA)
AMT Machine Tools (Toronto)
C&E Sales (IN, OH, KY)
C&K Technologies (Australia)
Danlaw Technologies (India)
Electro-Matic (OH, MI)
Elect-Trol (MN)
Emergent Technology (MO, KS)
Gibson Eng. (MA, CT)
Industrial Controls (MI)
Lowry Computers (all USA)
Mektron (NJ, NY)
Pacific Automation (Australia)
Palms On (Korea)
PRI (NY, NJ)
Pyrotec (South Africa)
Regan Inc. (SC, NC)
SJS (Toronto)
Taylor Data (SC, NC, FL)
Vision Control (WI)

There are many, many others. This should show you how important it is to keep an eye on this technology.

These are the Walmart locations participating in the North Texas pilot program for RFID technology:
The Colony
Wal-Mart Supercenter
4691 State Hwy 121
The Colony, TX 75056

Decatur
Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #421
800 S US Hwy 81/287
Decatur, TX 76234

Denton
Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #467
1515 South Loop 288
Denton, TX 76208

Hickory Creek
Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #3286
1035 Hickory Creek Blvd
Hickory Creek/Dento, TX 76210

Lewisville
Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #217
801 West Main
Lewisville, TX 75067

Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #5092
190 East FM 3040
Lewisville, TX 75067

Plano
Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #2883
8801 Ohio Drive
Plano, TX 75024

This logo represents the fact that the product carrying it contains labels with RFID technology. I cannot display it here for copyright purposes.

I suggest you join the CASPIAN group and visit BoycottGillette.com.

I think that is enough information to digest for now. Draw your own conclusions.

May you have peace and freedom.

23 Comments:

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