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PostSubject: Student RFID Chipping Conditions American Youth to Accept Government Surveillance   Sat 13 Oct 2012, 08:35

Student RFID Chipping Conditions American Youth to Accept Government Surveillance

Susanne Posel, Contributor
Activist Post

A school in Maryland has installed PalmSecure, a
biometric scanning system that requires elementary students to place
their hand on infrared scanners in order to pay for their school lunch.
The unique nuances of each child’s individual hand will be catalogued
and the image encrypted with a numerical algorithm that is combined with
the cost of school lunches.

PalmSource, a Japanese corporation specializing in biometric technology offers
this “authentication system” which is a marketed as a necessity in
healthcare, security, government, banking, retail and education.

The corporation also provides an array of RFID chipped tags with
memory capacity. The cost to taxpayers and parents for the installation
of this Big Brother surveillance system in 43 schools in Maryland is
estimated to be $300,000.

PalmSource is being beta-tested in Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana.

The school district of Spring Independent in Houston, Texas believes that
“RFID readers situated throughout each campus are used to identify
where students are located in the building, which can be used to verify
the student’s attendance for ADA funding and course credit purposes.”

In Texas, children attending school in the Northside Independent School
District will be required to carry RFID chipped cards while on campus.
The 6,000 student’s movements will be monitored by faculty, in a pilot
program that hopes to expand to tracking all students in the 12

Principal Wendy Reyes of Jones Middle School, explains:
<blockquote class="tr_bq">
It’s going to give us the opportunity to track our students in the
building. They may have been in the nurse’s office, or the counselor’s
office, or vice principal’s office, but they were markedly absent from
the classroom because they weren’t sitting in the class. It will help us
have a more accurate account of our attendance.</blockquote>
In the San Antonio school district, the Student Locator Project (SLP)
is being beta-tested at Jay High School and Jones Middle School – two
schools in the Northside district. The SLP includes the use of radio
frequency identification technology (RFID) to “make schools safer, know
where our students are while at school, increase revenues, and provide a
general purpose ‘smart’ ID card.”

Students rallied against the use of RFID chips in two of their middle schools in San Antonio, Texas. The school district “maintained” that
controlling truancy and tardiness as well as gaining $2 million in
state funding for the use of these tracking devices was the motivation
behind the implementation of the technology.

The school district of Spring Independent in Houston Texas believes that
“RFID readers situated throughout each campus are used to identify
where students are located in the building, which can be used to verify
the student’s attendance for ADA funding and course credit purposes.”

In order to check out school library books, register for classes, pay for school lunches, the “smart” ID card is
being employed to trace and track students and their movements on
campuses all across America. By using leverage of educators to coerce
school districts to adopt this method of tracking students, the argument
for the use of the RFID technology is campus safety, efficient
registration, and food and library programs.

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) demands that
ranchers use RFID chips to monitor their livestock. It is expected that
RFID chips will become a part of our daily life, with their presence
embedded in clothing, packaging, and bar-code labels on retail goods.

Herding and surveying people in our society with the use of RFID chipping disrupts
our innate ability to remain private and infringes on our
Constitutional civil liberties. The information contained in the RIFD
chip could be the individual’s social security number, home address,
medical records, school records, criminal records, financial records,
and any other information that can be referred to digital storage. These
chips can be accessed either by a source 100 feet or more from the
person wearing the RFID chip. Remote access to the information contained
in the chip is able to be read by directed satellites and sent to
database centers where it can be used within a digital profile.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has built 70 counterterrorism fusion centers across
the nation. The cost to taxpayers is $1.4 billion so that federal and
local law enforcement agencies can use surveillance equipment to
database the movements of American citizens. According to a US Senate
Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations report on
fusion centers, some may be allocated for pre-crime suspicions, others
would be simply watched so that they the US government will be able to
properly learn how to control a mass of people.

These fusion centers receive mostly unusable information that endangers
citizen’s civil liberties. The Committee could not surmise from data
provided by DHS how the fusion centers worked with local law
enforcement, but rather came to an assumed conclusion that data being
collected on Americans is being stored within DHS facilities for the
expressed (and as of now unknown) use by the federal agency.

Meanwhile, mainstream media is busy selling the idea that multi-media
devices like smartphones, need to be implanted in the body. In the
not-so-distant future, corporations hope that humans will embed
microchips into their brains in order to use technologically advanced
devices. However, this endeavor has a dark side.

It is predicted that
in 75 years “microchips can be installed directly in the user’s brain.
Apple, along with a handful of companies, makes these chips. Thoughts
connect instantly when people dial to ‘call’ each other. But there’s one
downside: ‘Advertisements’ can occasionally control the user’s behavior
because of an impossible-to-resolve glitch. If a user encounters this
glitch — a 1 in a billion probability — every piece of data that his
brain delivers is uploaded to companies’ servers so that they may “serve
customers better.”

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