Sat., October 01, 2022 PDF Print E-mail

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Hour 1 ( Download the MP3 )

Macy's // RFID Item-Level Tags // Toyota // Fine Print Terms of Use // Katherine's Blog //

Macy's, and its subsidiary Bloomingdales, has announced their intended use of RFID Item-Level Tags on their clothing next year.  This will allow tracking of all such tags by any readers, which are becoming more commonplace, and correlating with other tags.  Read Katherine's best selling book Spychips for a full exposition of the dangers this could entail.  Katherine then addresses the lawsuit against Toyota for cyberstalking where the defense is that the plaintiff agreed to be harassed by clicking on an online agreement which had vague terms hidden in the fine print.  Please remember our sponsors who help keep us on the air.

Macy's Inc. to Begin Item-Level Tagging in 850 Stores

Spychips (order form)

Lawsuit over creepy Toyota ad campaign

My Pillow

Shen Life

Hour 2 ( Download the MP3 )

Robert Shibley // Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) // Firefly // Free Speech //

Robert talks to Katherine about the absurd lengths the University of Wisconsin (at Stout)  has taken against a film professor for posting on his office door a poster with a quote from the highly acclaimed Firefly western sci-fi series.  A cautionary poster on the dangers of facism was met with threats of criminal charges.  Absolutely jaw-dropping incredible.

Robert Shibley

Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE)

'Firefly' and Anti-Fascism Posters Get Professor Threatened with Criminal Charges on University of Wisconsin Campus

What's the Context of the 'Firefly' Quote?


The Clear and Present Danger Posed by Space Captains

Censoring Joss Whedon's Firefly and the Chancellor Who Cried Wolf


Last Updated on Sunday, 02 October 2022 00:34