Your Passport Is Tracking You

Posted: November 12, 2013 in Conspiracy
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In case you weren’t aware.  Your U.S. Passport obtained from October 2006 forward contains an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Chip) which contains a passport holders personal identification data. Data includes name, date of birth, nationality, gender, place of birth, as well as a digitized photo of that person.  The chip’s data will match the paper portion data of the passport. The RFID chip allows passports to be scanned remotely and can present safety and privacy violations.  Other issues include remote hacking of data, whether other unspecified information is also contained within, and how tightly your movements can be tracked when the passport is carried about as part of a person’s activities.

Check out my book series American Rebellion Book 1 of the Revolution as well as the four other books in that series which can be seen on the left side of my blog page; and are available at Amazon.com.  They are interesting fictional reading and provide a clear indication of what can happen if a government spins out of control.

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Comments
  1. Well, we should, you know… burn ’em? lol

  2. Brittius says:

    While people are on Amazon.com looking for your literary jewels, they may also avail themselves to the numerous RFID blocking sleeves and envelopes, for their protection.
    Kind of like getting two birds, with one stone.

    • rmactsc says:

      They do have a good selection of RFID blocking sleeves and cases however I have no firsthand knowledge of how effective they are. I’ve heard through the grapevine; some people claim they work great while others say they do not.

      • Brittius says:

        I wouldn’t know. I was going to buy a sleeve for my bank card, but figured, let someone try it. They would be laughed out of the bank and embarrassed badly.
        I do not have any credit cards, because I believe in spending within my budget and means, and not paying loan sharking interest fees to banksters.

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