Applied Digital Solutions: email@example.com
Please forward to Dick Sullivan- PR Guy Re the so called "Digital Angel" 603-672-3236
Dick Sullivan: Please email me back if ADS has any plans to create an Ethics Board to prevent abuses of their "digital angel" technology. This is of concern to millions of people world wide who value their freedom and who don't trust the elements of coercion: aka the government, anywhere, especially not the UN or the WTO. (70,000 Demonstrators in Seattle Clearly Indicate Concern)
IAHF LIST: [See 2 Interviews Below My Comments- Mike Adams, editor of Y2K NEWSWIRE Interviewed Company Spokesmen from Applied Digital Solutions- Manufacturers of the So Called "Digital Angel" Implanted Chip that can be used to track us by satellite and monitor our purchases.]
The Ruling Elite has a nasty habit of creating crises, then consolidating their power afterwards by ushering in the alleged "solution". Right now they deliberately aren't warning us to prepare for y2k. They're downplaying it on purpose even as they ready their plans to implement martial law. See
(Articles re Military Urban Warfare Training All Over U.S.)
Once they have people BEGGING for them to "Do Something! Anything! Of Course those of you who don't prepare will have no choice but to take the injectable microchip! You want food? Water? Shelter?
(Better plan ahead...)
I agree with y2knewswire editor Mike Adams that the ruling elite are lying to us about y2k in order to precipitate a crisis. Their end goal besides killing off a lot of us? They intend to force a world government upon us, and unless we DEMAND OVERSIGHT they MAY ATTEMPT to track us all by satellite, and monitor everything we buy via Applied Digital Solution's injectable microchip.
Mike Adams of y2knewswire conducted two very good interviews with ADS' spokespeople, (see below) and I dug up the number of the last guy he interviewed, so we can call him en masse, and also email our demand that the company create a publicly accessible Ethics Panel in order to explore the moral issues which clearly accompany their product. Please forward this to more people, and post in your website!
I downloaded this for you from the members only section of
which references this news story:
It's no longer just a theory: human implants have now been developed that allow GPS tracking of individuals. The vision, so far, only has good intentions, but so did the splitting of the atom. Y2K Newswire learns that the company behind the technology currently has no plans to limit sales to countries where human rights abuses are common. More details inside..
The headline brags, "Implantable in humans." "Multi-billion dollar potential." It's a new technology, they say, that can track human beings via GPS signals, with a maintenance-free power supply and a miniature digital transceiver. And they even gave it a name:"Digital Angel."
The company, Applied Digital Solutions, Inc., thinks this is great stuff. A company spokesperson, in a conversation with Y2KNewswire, described all the good things they can do with it.Those included reducing crime, tracking lost children, tracking lost Alzheimer's patients, tracking lost items, and so on. But when Y2K Newswire posed the question, "What about the Mark of the Beast?" the ADS spokesperson laughed in disgust and refused to answer the question. Her story? We're in a "free"society, and nobody will ever be forced to wear the "Digital Angel" in a free society.
The ADS press release says the Digital Angel can be used to identify people during business transactions, track them down or even monitor medical conditions. Applications include identification and law enforcement. It goes on to say, "The implantable transceiver sends and receives data and can be continuously tracked by GPS (Global Positioning Satellite)technology. The transceiver's power supply and actuation system are unlike anything ever created. When implanted within a body, the device is powered electromechanically through the movement of muscles, and it can be activated either by the'wearer' or by the monitoring facility."
What kind of monitoring facility? Who is doing the monitoring and under what circumstances? The press release doesn't explain that... It does, however, explain that a prototype may be available by the end of 2000. It also provides a whole series of innocent-sounding applications while avoiding the mention of abusive applications that will inevitably be considered. For example, the description of the device says it can be used to,"...determine the location or the authenticity of valuable property; track the whereabouts of wilderness sports enthusiasts(mountain climbers, hikers, skiers, etc.)." It does not, however, mention that the same device can be used to determine the location of people who hold "radical" beliefs (like believing in God) or who publicly speak out against government tyranny in the many non-free countries of the world.
The future arguments aren't hard to imagine here. All public protestors, for example, might some day be required to receive such implants for "safety purposes." The justification will be "to make sure where know where dangerous protestors are at all times."
Children will certainly be given the implants after their parents are scared into submission by the widespread coverage of child abduction stories (kind of like today's ABA strategy of scaring little old ladies into not taking their cash out of the bank). Once children grow up with these devices, they'll be used to them. That will allow even broader acceptance.
Another argument will be "convenience." Imagine if you didn't have to carry cash or a credit card, they'll say. Your implant is your financial ID, your smart-card. It's really, really convenient!(Convenient for global authorities, of course, who want to track the whereabouts and spending habits of every world citizen).
ADS spokespeople say the use of the implants would be voluntary-only. But their own application examples call this into question: they say that children or the elderly might receive the implants to be track-able. But can children legally give their consent? Can Alzheimer's patients give their consent? And if not, will these devices be implanted in them "for their own good?"
That's really the issue. At some point, one group of people may decide that another group of people should have these devices implanted "for their own good." If all children are implanted, for example, then the abducted children can be easily found. Soon thereafter, any parent who refuses to subject their child to the implants is treated as a criminal -- similar to the treatment given today to parents who refuse to subject their children to vaccinations (or who wish to home-school their children).
But that's only half the story: what about forced implants into populations of other countries? China, for example, has a long history of exercising tyrannical control over its population.Running over protestors with tanks, a la Tiananman Square, is hardly a nice thing to do. What if China decides to implant these tracking devices in all Falun-Gong members, for example? Or in all protestors? Or perhaps the entire population?
If China wanted to pursue this, would ADS sell them the technology? ADS said, remember, that the device had "multi-billion dollar global potential." But will ADS practice self-restraint and only sell these devices to countries that don't have a well-established pattern of population abuse and human rights violations?
We asked ADS this question, and a spokesperson told us he wasn't aware of any such plan or policy that existed.So far, it appears that ADS has technology, but not perspective.Scientists have, for thousands of years, made serious lack-of-vision mistakes, of course. The scientists who first figured out how to split the atom probably didn't have nuclear warheads in mind. They were thinking about limitless, clean energy. They thought they were saving, not endangering, the world.
ADS scientists may be making the same mistakes. The company is so focused on the positive applications, they haven't yet considered how the technology might be abused. There are serious human rights questions that need to be asked with the introduction of any technology like this. And so far, from all indications, ADS isn't asking any of them. That's not just socially irresponsible, it's historically dangerous.
It isn't too late, however. ADS has an opportunity to get on top of these issues and do the right thing. But this will cost money,and it may limit their sales. So the question really comes down to money vs. integrity. Unfortunately, in the business world, money almost always wins. Will ADS prove to be any different? Only time will tell.
Y2K Newswire's Mike Adams interviewed spokespeople from ADS. Here's the exchange from the first interview:
Adams: Hello, this is Mike Adams, editor of Y2K Newswire, I'm trying to reach your press relations person.
ADS: Thank you, just a moment... Lynn Anderson, can I help you?
Adams: Hello, Lynn, this is Mike Adams, I'm the editor of Y2K Newswire. Are you the right person to handle press questions?
Anderson:: Well, is this on the Digital Angel?
Adams: Yes it is.
Anderson:: Actually, probably the media people should be the ones you should be talking to.
Adams: You getting a lot of calls today?
Anderson:: We had a lot of calls the other day when the release came out. You know, particularly yesterday. Did you just have questions on the device itself?
Adams: Well first I just wanted to make sure this was a legitimate press release.
Anderson:: Oh yeah, it's a press release all right.
Adams: And yes, I did have questions about the intent behind the device. But, as you can probably tell from the questions you've already received about this, a lot of people are viewing the technology with some suspicion.
Anderson:: Uh, in what regard? You say suspicion, as they would say for a pacemaker or what?
Adams: No, essentially something that can be planted in humans and can be tracked by GPS. That doesn't make some people very comfortable.
Anderson:: Well they don't have to do it, do they? It's a voluntary thing...
Adams: Are you debating with me on this?
Anderson:: I'm just trying to tell you I don't know why people are concerned. They don't have to do this, do they?
Adams: Well today they don't have to do it. Perhaps at some point it would become mandatory, that's kind of the issue.
Anderson:: Well, I think this is, like, a free society, I can't visualize that ever happening in this Democratic society in which we live in...
Adams: People are required to have social security numbers in this "free society," people are required to have drivers licenses, people are required to be fingerprinted. This Digital Angel is not very far from where we are today. Clearly a lot of people are concerned about it, especially given some of the Biblical references as well, Mark of the Beast and so on...
Anderson:: [Laughs in disgust] Okay, I really think probably our PR company should give you a call and respond to your questions.
Adams: I'm just describing to you the nature of my questions, I'm not -
Anderson:: It's kind of hard to answer questions like that. It's going to be developed, it's not, like, a device that's being implanted at the moment.
Adams: But it's intended to be implanted, right?
Anderson:: It can be, it doesn't have to be, I mean, it's going to be in automobiles tracking worldwide, cutting down on all the theft, which would reduce insurance rates worldwide...
Adams: Couldn't that same argument be made for humans? That we would reduce crime it we knew where all the criminals are?
Anderson:: [Ignoring the question] ...it could also help track people who are lost, like Alzheimers patients, we read every day about somebody wandering off someplace. There's all kinds of ways this device can be used.
Adams: I guess my main question is, is there anything designed into the device that would prevent it from being abused?
Anderson:: Right now, we're going to start developing the device, so I don't know if there's any answer to that question, whether they're going to look at that aspect. We do have scientists coming on board, very top scientists [are] going to be working on this project.
Y2K Newswire also spoke with another company spokesperson about this issue. Here's part of the exchange:
Adams: Hello, this is Mike Adams, editor of Y2K Newswire.
ADS spokesperson: Yes, you called about the Digital Angel?
Adams: Yes, I have a lot of readers who are potentially concerned about this. Some of the questions and concerns, I'm trying to explore these, ...these are some legitimate questions, Mark of the Beast and so on. This is the kind of technology that enables that. Is this a kind of question you're getting often?
ADS spokesperson: Let me put this into perspective. The company has acquired patent rights, and the person who originally developed this was a police officer who was particularly concerned about children being kidnapped and they weren't able to find them. He said, we gotta do something about that, so why don't we develop some sort of technology that can help us find kidnapped children? So that's sort of the background that's important to keep in mind. this in a child after they've been kidnapped.
Adams: Wouldn't you have to implant all the children to cover the ones who are kidnapped?
ADS spokesperson: Well, not every child is at risk of being kidnapped. Some people may voluntarily think they may be at risk and they want some added protection here. There is that element of people deciding their personal safety is important enough that they might want to do that.
Adams: What about the consent issue? Children are not capable of giving their consent. Is this going to be a parent decision? One of the examples mentioned in the press release is Alzheimer's patients. If they're not of sound mind, will these devices be implanted in them without their consent? How would that work?
ADS spokesperson: The idea is that if there is an at-risk individual, that you would like to monitor, and if there's a crisis like a heart-attack, an alarm would go to, say, the hospital. Help could be dispatched immediately. I guess there are a lot of ways to look at it, but there are many extremely beneficial ways. The company sees a lot of potential, and some of them are listed in the press release, some possibilities. One of them they're particularly interested in is this e-commerce.
Adams: Right. In the press release, they mention multi-billion dollar worldwide potential. When I spoke with Anderson, she said this is a free country and those abuses weren't likely to happen here. But there are many countries that aren't free, that have a strong history of human rights violations, China for example, Cuba, other regimes, dictators and so on. Will ADS deny sales to those countries that have a history of human rights violations who might be abusing this?
ADS spokesperson: I think you're maybe jumping the gun. What they're trying to develop... I think that's a legitimate question, though.
Adams: Throughout history, many scientists have come up with some neat stuff where they really failed to consider the long-term potential. In fact, many scientists who worked on the nuclear bomb later had serious regrets. My concern on behalf of my used or abused around the world, and even if we are free in the United States, what's to stop China from implanting every Falun-Gong member, which they consider to be an outlaw sect even though it's a meditation group, certainly China can require implants there. And if that were the case, ADS would be providing the technology used to essentially tyrannize the population. That's a serious concern.
ADS spokesperson: It's certainly, I guess you have to consider all aspects of this, all developments that might happen. It's difficult for any company to necessarily know where the technology could be abused, you just don't know. I would state categorically that the whole idea behind this is to provide beneficial human services and help people, certainly nothing involuntary.
Adams: Yeah, but that was the idea behind splitting the atom, too, and now we have a planet full of nuclear warheads. These things can go wrong. These things can get out of hand. The one question I would like answered is whether ADS has any intention of creating a review board to examine the potential uses and abuses of their technology, and perhaps to design features into it that would prevent abuse. You know, the audio industry does that when they come out with a new media standard, they get together and think about, is this going to be hack-able, is this going to violate copyrights? It's a normal thing for companies to do and I'm wondering if ADS is doing it.
ADS spokesperson: No doubt at all, that's a reasonable question. It may be a question that hasn't come up yet because they just acquired the patent rights. It's certainly worth asking. My guess is that it may be something that hasn't been addressed yet.
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If you wish to join me in asking ADS if they have started implementing the above suggestion to establish a "moral oversight" panel in order to try to PREVENT their implantable chip from being misused, especially to prevent its use from EVER being mandatory, contact ADS at Investor
Applied Digital Solutions
PR Spokesman Dick Sullivan at 603-672-3236
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