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Here's why you should be concerned about RFID chips

Pat Gray Unleashed
CHICAGO - MARCH 30: Texas Instruments displays a smart label which uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology at the RFID Journal Live trade show March 30, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois. RFID labels are being used by retailers, manufacturers and the U.S. Department of Defense for Identification, inventory and product flow tracking. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Consumer privacy expert Liz McIntyre and author of the series "Spychips" joined Pat to discuss the dangers of RFID chips (Radio-frequency identification). Liz is an avid opponent of microchipping humans and corporate tracking of consumer behavior and shared all the inconspicuous dangers that come with it. She likened modern human microchipping to the days of Hitler when Jews were issued punch cards with the help of IBM. These punch cards facilitated genocide and allowed Germans officers to easily identify Jews during the Holocaust.

Liz stressed the importance of protecting ourselves from microchipping and getting educated on what governments plan to do with tracking technologies.

Tune in to hear what she shared with Pat.

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