Grosse and Upadhyay said they are currently experimenting with YubiKey, a tiny USB stick that implements highly secure “one time pad” cryptography to log in to Google services, as a replacement for passwords. In the future, they want similar authentication technology to work wirelessly and across all of a person’s online accounts.The overall tone of the article is laid back; in other words the usual 'move along, nothing to see here' msm message. At the bottom of the piece, however, is one sentence:
Bill Gates predicted the death of passwords at a security conference in 2004.So, in all probability it will be coming down the track already. Some may think it's harmless, even helpful; after all who wants their computer hacked? No doubt they are the same people who think it's a good idea to have doolally Granny chipped as well in case she goes a-wandering, or medication implanted with chips so our GPs can check we're following the prescription accurately? Or, how about an RFID chip in your credit or debit card?
This is mainstream, not conspiracy theory although the majority of the blogs covering it do seem to be a little, shall we say, 'out there'? But don't let that put you off looking around and finding your own answers and, do be careful, after all, we wouldn't want you getting hacked now, would we? Bwahahahaha!
Here are some to get you started - or take you further down the road, depending where you are on your journey:
US Government approves ingestible sensor that tracks health from the inside Stop sniggering at the back there! There's no room for complacency: the EU, thus, it follows, our own government, approved it first.
Why Americans are Dumb. Before you swim the ocean and beat me with your baseball bats, that's the name of the blog! It has an interesting article and video about RFID chips in credit/debit cards.
The North American Union. The loss of sovereignty A .pdf about electronic surveillance and global governance (aka nwo).
Total surveillance and a cashless society Global control through the RFID chip
From one of my favourite blogs: Global governance is not global government?
Branded: How RFID spychips are being used by government and major corporations
UN Chief: We will impose global governance And what's one of the steps this self-selected 'elite' will have to take to ensure compliance? That's right:
You'll see, at roughly 4:40 in, that the British government gave $2m dollars in 2001, to IANSA. I bet the global arms manufacturers are laughing into their boots. Only States are allowed weapons.
PS While you're in an enquiring mode, check out Sustainability, Sustainable Development and anything 'green'. It's all linked.
Here are two pics of the whore of Babylon:
And, finally, a map of countries currently subsumed into the EU:
Do you see what I see?