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  • RFIDs and Microchipping People
    By
    Jasper Aguila
    Marissa Canyon
    Albert Lopez
    Jessica Mayoral
    Myrma Mayoral
  • What is an RFID Chip?
    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a type of automatic identification system. The purpose of an RFID system is to enable data to be transmitted by a portable device, called a tag, which is read by an RFID reader and processed according to the needs of a particular application. The data transmitted by the tag may provide identification or location information.
  • The ElizabethSmart was kidnapped on June 5, 2002. She was found 9 Months later
    Elizabeth’s kidnapping could have been prevented with an RFID Chip.
    Could it have been prevented with an RFID Chip?
  • Every 40 seconds in the United States, a child goes missing
    In 2001, 840,279 people were reported missing to the FBI's NCI Center.
    Three distinct types of kidnapping:
    • Kidnapping by a Relative (49 %),
    • Kidnapping by Acquaintance (27%)
    • kidnapping by a stranger (24%)
    Runaways
    Family abductions
    Lost, injured or otherwise missing children
    Nonfamily abductions (in these cases, the child is at greatest risk of injury or death).
    Why some parents would choosean RFID Chip
  • Duracell Child Safety Ad BrickHouse Child Locator
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGCv7RzEwR8
  • Can store info on allergies and prior treatments
    Locate Alzheimer patients
    Monitor Diabetes
    Medical Benefits
  • Can store info on allergies and prior treatments
    Medication List
    Blood Type
    Patient Demographics
    Can’t be lost
    Medical History
  • RFID alert doctors and nurses of potential problems
    Alerts if catheters are attached to the wrong medical tubes
    Warn doctors of unsterile equipment
    Less Medical Errors
  • Receive quicker treatment
    Provide medical information
    Device would not get lost
    Alzheimer's Patients
  • Better control of blood sugar
    RFID chip suggests amount of insulin
    Faster assistance in Emergency room
    Diabetes Patients
  • Why is Radio-frequency identification (RFID) a bad idea?
    Privacy issues arise with the use of RFID implants.
    • Individual tracking and profiling
    -It is an easier way for our government to track our every move.
    • Identity Theft
    -It is an easier way for criminal to steal our identities.
    • Leon a 9-year old French bull dog Dies of Tumor.
    • 2006 Study on mice finds 4.1% of chipped mice had malignant tumors. (51 out of 1,260)
    Danger To Our Health
  • How do the children react to constant surveillance and control?
    • Emotional and behavioral effects
    • Altered relationships between parents and children.
  • People Hesitate to adopt new technology.
    RefuteNew Technology, New Fears?
    Compromise security for Convenience
  • Cell Phones also provide tracking.
    People don’t worry so much about how insecure phones are.
    New Security Risk?
  • Catch suspected Criminals
    Help find missing children
    Benefits Must Outweigh Risk
    (Jacey Lee. Dugard - Missing for 18 Years)
  • In the future RFIDs might be used as an extra security check
    Extra Security
    (Secured Credit Card is Secured)
  • Child Care falls on the shoulders of parents.
    We want Kids to be safe
    Children’s Rights
  • Boundaries are setup at the discretion of Parents
    Parents are Liable for Children’s Welfare and Actions
    Parent Responsibility
  • Communication is key for maintaining trust with Teens
    Extra Trust
  • FDA Approved the use of VeriChip’s RFIDs in Humans back in 2004
    (Source: InformationWeekly.com)
    VeriChip Owner, Scott Peterson has an RFID
    (Fox News)
    Is it Safe?
  • Conclusion
  • On average 2,185 children are reported missing…
    each day
  • And now a quick view of Philosophy throughout the Ages…
  • Evolution of Philosophy
    “What does it mean to be a good person?”
    -Aristotle
    “What does it mean to be?”
    -Decartes
    “What does it mean?”
    -Nietzhsche
  • Evolution of Philosophy
    “What does ‘it’ mean?”
    -Bertrand Russell
    “What does it?”
    - C.S. Lewis
    “What?”- Lil Jon