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New World Order Targets Our Young People
Children and Teens

VeriCool :


http://w3.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/story.asp?StoryID=65851

The VeriCool technology - supplied free to the 1,300-pupil school for the trial by specialist firm Anteon UK -
will also be used to introduce a cashless catering system.
http://w3.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/story.asp?StoryID=65851

Being constantly monitored fosters an atmosphere of disrespect on both sides... the watcher and the watched.


graphic by Marianne "Boaz"


From the newswire; fair educational use :

Americorp mandatory public service for kids
http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/may2009/mjm56-5.htm

China to track children with DNA database
But the Ministry of Public Security says all 236 DNA labs in China will be connected by the end of May.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8028256.stm

"Bus Angels" : teaching children to spy on children

The scheme include 'Bus Angels' aged 14 and above, who covertly report incidents of bad behaviour,
Peter Daniels, transport manager at Denbighshire County Council said: "The main aims are to support schools, drivers, parents and pupils on school buses to improve behaviour and enable them to understand the consequences of some of the things they do.
"I have to say in north east Wales we don't really see trouble and misbehaviour, but in the afternoon some of the pupils can be jolly and minor anti-social behaviour can occur, or from time to time something more serious. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/scienceandtechnology/technology/technologynews/5205662/Children-tracked-by-sat-nav-to-stop-bad-behaviour.html

Guilty until proven innocent: "extremists"
Police find 200 children as potential "terrorists
"He said the "Channel project" had intervened in the cases of at least 200 children who were thought to be at risk of extremism, since it began 18 months ago...The scheme, funded by the Home Office, involves officers working alongside Muslim communities to identify impressionable children
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/police-identify-200-children-as-potential-terrorists-1656027.html

Police also monitoring "extremism" in charities
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/charity-commission-must-monitor-extremist-links-1656031.html

School kids being chipped and tracked
http://www.libcom.org/news/what-do-you-think-about-people-bing-chipped-27022009

Facial recognition at school gates
http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6006912

Databases on children will be used against them --
"ContactPoint"
The disclosure has led civil liberties campaigners to warn the entire database will be open for investigators to trawl for evidence that links young people to crime or anti-social behaviour.
Investigators opening a ContactPoint file would be able to see at a glance where they had lived throughout their childhood, where they had gone to school, what contact they had with social services and who their parents or carers were, and use the information to link them to known gangs or areas of criminal or anti-social activity.
Baroness Miller, the Liberal Democrats' home affairs spokesman in the House of Lords, said: "This is truly shocking.
It's exactly the definition of a police state. The police will have the details of a whole generation for so-called crime prevention.

Phil Booth, national co-ordinator for the civil liberties campaign group No2ID, added: "Parents should know that this is not for the protection of their children,
it could be used to prosecute them. This is a serious step on from what little has been told to the public."
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2621163/Child-protection-database-will-be-used-to-prosecute-young-people.html?DCMP=EMC-new_26082008

Microchipping Students Backpacks
Ed: They provide it free, so no one can legislate
Each chip would be programmed with a student identification number, and would be read by an external device installed in one of two school buses. The buses would also be fitted with global positioning system (GPS) devices.
He raised the question of whether unauthorized individuals could use easily available RFID readers to find out students' private information and monitor their movements.
http://www.naturalnews.com/023445.html

School cameras linked to police and 911 centers

Mayor Daley on Thursday unveiled plans to bolster school security by linking 4,500 school cameras to police districts, squad cars and the 911 emergency center.
Chicago's existing surveillance network includes more than 10,000 public and private cameras. Adding school cameras will boost that number by 45 percent,
[ Ed: total of 14,500 cameras ] creating an integrated camera network that Police Supt. Jody Weis said has "evolved into a national model."
The $418,000 upgrade is being financed by federal Department of Homeland Security funds. It follows the shooting at Northern Illinois University and a weekend that saw four CPS students shot and killed and five others wounded in separate shootings.
http://www.suntimes.com/news/education/830445,CST-NWS-skulsecur07.article

Every child numbered for life --
unique learner number (ULN)
The new database — which will store a “tamper-proof CV” — will be known as MIAP (managing Information Across Partners). To be registered on the new database every 14-year-old will be issued with a unique learner number. Unlike the current unique pupil number now given to children in school but destroyed when they leave, the ULN will be used by government agencies to track individuals until they retire [ Ed: unto death, and even after ] . Ultimately, it will create a numbered database for every citizen aged 14-plus in the UK
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/education/article3359931.ece
1.
The scheme is one of three huge projects that will allow the Government to keep a closer check on citizens. The national identity register
2. NHS National health records
3. ULN every child numbered
4.
Existing databases hold huge amounts of information on citizens. One of the biggest is the Department for Work and Pensions customer information system, which holds about 85 million records, including the personal details of anyone with a national insurance number [ Ed: a Social Security Number ] . It has the full income and personal details of anyone in receipt of benefits, including 11.5 million with state pensions, 2.65 million on incapacity benefits and 4 million who claim either pension credit or income support.
5. Driver's License database
6. Passport Authority database
7.
Revenue & Customs holds the names and addresses of six million people who make tax credit claims
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article3359926.ece

Fingerprinting children at borders
"Current plans envisage taking a child's fingerprints at the age of six but security officials predict that records will be taken at younger and younger ages as the technology develops.
"If a good match is achieved, a second gate opens and the traveller is allowed to cross the border. If there is not a good enough match, or any other problem occurs, the gate does not open [ Ed: traveler is imprisoned between two gates ] and the traveller is directed for processing [ ED: whatever that means ] by a border guard
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/main.jhtml?xml=/travel/2008/02/14/nfingerprint114.xml

Technology driving a wedge between parents and children; spouses too
"You can even remotely lock and unlock the car door from your computer, and you can disable the ignition. How humiliating would it be to your teen driver if you flashed the lights or blew the horn to get his or her attention? It simply requires the push of a key on your computer. (There's no reason this couldn't work on a spouse as well.) Another feature auto-notifies when your teen driver has exceeded a predetermined speed limit or drives to a restricted address"
http://www.conntact.com/article_page.lasso?id=41658

Tracking kids in schools and on buses

AT&T envisions the system being used to track in-school assets like computers, projectors, laptop computers, and lab equipment. But the company is also pitching the technology as a means to track students and people directly, enforcing attendance and tracking visitors on school grounds (including alerting administrators to people in unauthorized areas). The system is designed to tie in with existing 802.11 Wi-Fi wireless networking solutions and display tracking information via a Web-based portal.
Curiously, nowhere in AT&T's description of the technology does the company mention the privacy rights of students, or any ability for students or parents to opt out of such a system. We imagine the company is leaving such policy decisions up to individual schools and districts. http://news.digitaltrends.com/news/story/15112/printer_friendly/att_offers_gps_and_rfid_child_tracking

Brat-Nav "Buddi " tracks children ( anyone )
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/page2.html

Rumor: UK parents want to verichip their kids
Not covered by insurance
Patients with certain chronic life threatening diseases are being solicited as subjects for the device and there are rumors afloat in the UK that soon parents will be solicited to offer up their children to the technology. Yet to be approved by insurance companies as a covered procedure, the concept is still relatively new for use in people but based on the ongoing push by the company and its placement of chip readers in the hands of doctors, insurance company approval is strictly a matter of time.
http://www.bloggingstocks.com/2007/05/24/verichip-ready-for-a-breakout/

Children age 11 and up to be fingerprinted

CHILDREN aged 11 to 16 are to have their fingerprints taken and stored on a secret database, internal Whitehall documents reveal.
The leaked Home Office plans show that the mass fingerprinting will start in 2010, with a batch of 295,000 youngsters who apply for passports.
The Home Office expects 545,000 children aged 11 and over to have their prints taken in 2011, with the figure settling at an annual 495,000 from 2014. Their fingerprints will be held on a database also used by the Immigration and Nationality Directorate to store the fingerprints of hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers.
David Davis, the shadow home secretary, said: “This borders on the sinister and it shows the government is trying to end the presumption of innocence. With the fingerprinting of all our children, this government is clearly determined to enforce major changes in the relationship between the citizen and the state in a way never seen before.”
The leaked plans envisage 90 new enrolment centres for the ID card scheme on top of the existing network of passport offices.
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article1466943.ece

Melissa Busekros --victim of Police State
German swat team kidnaps girl from home; mandated to a psycho-ward; no visitation for a month.
Parents finally allowed to visit 1 day a week at undisclosed location
An international human rights group has announced that Melissa Busekros, the 15-year-old German homeschool student taken by a SWAT team from her home and ordered into a psychiatric ward by a judge, for the first time in nearly a month will be able to meet with her parents

They warned that "what is happening in Germany today may be knocking on our door tomorrow." The group is tracking the circumstances of about 40 families in Germany with court cases in various stages
Thornton told WND in a telephone interview from Germany that he is working with the family and their counsel in an attempt to resolve the abduction of the girl by a SWAT team of 15 officers from in front of her shocked family.
This is a precedent that's going to affect not just Germany," Thornton said. "This is an extreme case, even for Germany, but it won't be extreme any more if they get away with it."
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=54377

Tracking Truants
http://somedirtfromearth.blogspot.com/2007/02/rfid-chips-for-truant-kids.html
http://www.ajc.com/opinion/content/opinion/stories/2007/02/19/0220truants.html

Texas Governor Richard Perry STILL wants mandated vaccine ( for other people , of course )
Ed: It is immoral to mandate what goes into another person's body.
On Feb. 2, Perry issued an executive order requiring Texas girls entering the sixth grade as of 2008 to have the new Gardasil vaccine, produced by Merck & Co., that protects against strains of human papilloma virus.
http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D8NE7GA03.htm

Texas, Florida to mandate Gardasil vaccine to 11 year old + girls --  disregarding democracy
TALLAHASSEE Top Florida lawmakers want every 11- and 12-year-old girl in the state to get a vaccination that would protect them before they risk getting a sexually transmitted virus that can cause cervical cancer.
The proposal, backed by Republicans and Democrats, mirrors legislation under consideration in about 20 other states, including Texas, where Gov. Rick Perry issued an executive order Friday  that bypassed state lawmakers to mandate the vaccine

'This might be too fast,'' Myers said. ``There are many moral, ethical and social issues that have not been fully discussed yet.''
A number of Christian activists say they're concerned that the measure -- though it would allow parents to opt out -- would nevertheless promote promiscuity in children. And they point out the legislation right now benefits just one pharmaceutical firm, Merck & Co.
[ Carol ] Griffin [ Eagle Forum] also questioned the claims of Merck, which faced lawsuits over claims about the safety of the drug Vioxx, and just won approval for Gardasil in June [2006, less than a year ago ] . Gardasil is in use in a number of state and federal programs for the poor.
''What's this going to do to people in 20 years? They don't know. There are side effects,'' Griffin said, echoing similar concerns from the Florida Catholic Conference
http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/politics/elections/16631033.htm

Iris databank on 5 million children
The addition of Galveston County is part of an effort to image the irises of 5 million children into a nationwide database over the next few years, said Robert Melley, vice president and CEO of Biometric Intelligence & Identification
Mullin said an iris has 235 identifying characteristics — flecks and spots — that are unchanging after the age of 1. Kevin O'Reilly, spokesman for Mullin's company, said there was one chance in about 200 million of an incorrect match.
http://chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/4432083.html

Fingertip access from BioGuard and BioSchool ; also BioHospital
The beauty of a system like this is that you do not need to remember pin codes, take a key, or have a proximity card which can often be misused; instead you just use your fingertip. The system can be used to replace passwords on a computer, adding greater security since passwords are often passed around between employees. "This is 100 percent verification. You can be sure the only person who gains access is the person who is authorized to do so," Ofer Gol, the CEO of BioGuard told ISRAEL21c. "That's very important."
The system is also designed to be user friendly. The fingerprint can be rotated 360 degrees, which means that unlike many biometric solutions, you do not have to place your fingertip at a specific angle.

Another interesting application is BioSchool, which is designed to prevent truancy, control entry to certain areas, such as the science and computer labs, or the washrooms, and to identify parents arriving to collect children from school. Each child is fingerprinted as they come to class. If a child does not show up, an SMS is sent out to the parents informing them that the child has not arrived

The system has already been introduced to schools in Singapore and also the UK where parents can be fined or even jailed if their children repeatedly skip school.

BioGuard is also moving into healthcare with BioHospital, a biometric solution that allows medical facilities to positively identify patients before medical treatment, upgrade administrative efficiency, reduce costs and improve customer service.
With a fingerprint, doctors will receive the complete health records of the patients,
http://www.israel21c.org/bin/en.jsp?enDispWho=Articles%5El1469&enPage=BlankPage&enDisplay=view&enDispWhat=object&enVersion=0&enZone=Technology

Investment teaching --
what will they do when 666 enters the equation ??
For short-term goals, we should consider low-risk investments such as certificates of deposit that mature about the time we'll need the money.
For medium-term goals, mutual funds that invest in dividend-paying stocks can be appropriate.
For longer-range goals, we can consider a wide variety of possibilities, from stocks to government and corporate bonds to longer-term CDs.
http://www.sltrib.com/business/ci_4529766

HIV tests for 13 - 64 yr olds ;
ED: helps to build a DNA database
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/health/286100_aids22.html

DNA database shares information ( UK )

The Home Office is under fire for allowing foreign agencies access to the National DNA Database (NDNAD).
Following the news two weeks ago that the ID card database will be shared, Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokeswoman Lynne Featherstone asked in parliament whether foreign law enforcement can already access DNA data. Home Office minister Joan Ryan confirmed that since 2004 they had received 519 requests for UK DNA data from abroad. No records are available from before that time, she added.
Carrying the profiles of around 3.5m people, including more than half a million children under 16, it is the world's largest law enforcement DNA database.

"There are no real safeguards in place to control this huge database which leaves it open for misuse - and now we find out it's not only being misused in our country but also internationally
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/08062006/368/home-office-defends-sharing-dna-database.html

High Tech Campuses
... toilets too
UTCC is the first university in Thailand to use smart card technology for both campus administration and payments. Other uses of the card are for course registration, library services, to check grades, class admission and payment at vending machines on campus.
The card also contains personal data such as a student's blood group, medical records, and insurance. In the future, it is expected to be used for mass transportation on Bangkok's skytrain and subway.
Another use is for security of notebooks. "Every lecturer has a notebook computer, and once the card is ready it can check the ID of the notebook. If the notebook and ID don't match, it will immediately raise an alarm," explained Dr Chiradet, adding that the security system is being developed in-house

Other uses include paying for parking and toilets at Siam Paragon and Maboonklong Shopping Centre.
( Ed: What do they do ? Identify each toilet containment for drugs, meds, pregnancy etc. ?? How much time spent in wash room ?
Who else was there at the same time? etc. This plus fiber optic and infrared cameras that are unobservable ?)

Thai Smart Card chief commercial officer Chatchai Chatchaiganan expected the number of card-holders to increase to one million this year. http://www.bangkokpost.com/Database/20Sep2006_data001.php

High Tech High
Standing outside the entrance with students huddled before him, Street echoed Grover's call for higher standards at the Future school, which will incorporate technology in nearly every way - from having students swipe cards to eat in the cafeteria to art and music instruction to sports teams that will use electronic-play diagrams.
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/states/pennsylvania/counties/philadelphia_county/philadelphia/15469414.htm

Caloric Intake monitored at "School of the Future"
Each student has a “smart card” which they use to access their lockers, track attendance and even monitor their caloric intake. The students aren’t the only one’s with new gadgets either.  The teachers have new “Smart Boards” allowing the teachers to write, zoom in and out, and even link to the internet.
http://www.gearlive.com/index.php/news/article/microsoft-school-of-the-future-opens-philly-914353/
and
http://news.com.com/For+Philly+kids,+its+back+to+the+future/2100-11395_3-6113388.html

First the Kits, then the Subdermal ID chip
or ID smart card ..... ( e-ID )
Good resource page
  http://home.wanadoo.nl/henryv/bionews_eng.html 

From the Newswire ( fair educational use )

Philadelphia (MS ) "School of the Future "
First announced three years ago, the new school and its technology left students in jaw-dropping awe: A laptop for every child. Lockers that open with the swipe of a smart card. A fully wireless building. Virtually no textbooks. Not even an encyclopedia in the library.
You won't be able to say, 'I didn't have the computers. I didn't have the technology. I didn't have the teachers. I didn't have mentors,' because the young people who go to this school will be in the premier educational environment in the entire country, maybe even in the entire world," Street said. "So the bar for you is raised." [ Ed: but can they read a book ? ]
http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/states/pennsylvania/counties/philadelphia_county/philadelphia/15469414.htm

Booze : Destroying the minds of our young people
Bud TV -- Online
Bud.TV will engage contemporary adult consumers with a wide array of entertainment options in branded and original proprietary content including new humorous webisodes, sporting events, consumer-generated content, field news reports, celebrity interviews, music downloads and comedian vignettes. The first-of-its-kind initiative is slated to launch in February 2007, and more content providers will be announced in the coming months
http://www.techweb.com/showPressRelease.jhtml?articleID=X522004

Billy Graham : IDs for children 9-14
Ed: we do not believe in any organized form of IDs..even under the excuse of religion
Primary among these resources is an evangelism training kit, which is based on the biblical story of Daniel and includes a study guide and an interactive CD-ROM. Upon completion of the study guide, each child receives an ID card and opportunities to take part in more activities through a special Internet site.
http://www.crosswalk.com/news/religiontoday/1417205.html

UK fingerprinting children as young as Five years old

British children, possibly as young as six, will be subjected to compulsory fingerprinting under European Union rules being drawn up in secret. The prints will be stored on a database which could be shared with countries around the world.
The prospect has alarmed civil liberties groups who fear it represents a 'sea change' in the state's relationship with children and one that may lead to juveniles being erroneously accused of crimes. Under laws being drawn up behind closed doors by the European Commission's 'Article Six' committee, which is composed of representatives of the European Union's 25 member states, all children will have to attend a finger-printing centre to obtain an EU passport by June 2009 at the latest
http://politics.guardian.co.uk/labour/story/0,,1833543,00.html

Ed: This sure ain't Mom fixin up a batch of cookies .....
Child Smart ID -- June 11, 2006 ( Ed: an e-ID card ... watch out !!! ) see AX ... and also ID
"Melissa Kulesz of Tioga, a small town in Dallas County [ Texas ] , used that notion to start her own business, Child Smart ID, last year.
Kulesz collects information from parents and makes
a credit card-like record. The card contains the child's digital photograph and thumbprint, height, weight, eye and hair color, birthmarks, scars, any medical conditions and parents' names and phone numbers."
[ Ed: they only left out the urine sample, blood specimen and DNA;
For practical purposes it would have to have
a unique ID number for database checking ]

"They won't get torn, tattered or waterlogged if they go through the washing machine, Kulesz said. She also provides
an electronic copy that can be sent to authorities elsewhere in the country"
[ Ed: from the local to the global ]
http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/news/local/14794201.htm

Beware: at your local grocery store
DNA kits being pushed on kids -- Alex Jones
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/february2006/210206pushed_on_kids.htm

Beware: ID, DNA kits at your local grocery store
http://www.kidsafeid.com/

Beware : Tracking Your Children ... CHIP--- the ID program of America
http://4childid.com/

Beware: ID kits and Dr. Phil ...DNA kits
http://www.readyorg.com/
http://www.justaboutme.com/

Beware: ID me now
http://www.find-missing-children.org/idmenow.htm

Excellent read from C. McDermott
http://networks.silicon.com/lans/talkback.htm?PROCESS=show&ID=20027477&AT=39122136-39024663t-40000017c

The rights and wrongs of chipping children

Michael Litwak summed up the feelings of many of them. "Is paranoia what we wish to teach our children?" he wrote, adding: "How much restraint will the next generation show, when it's their turn to do the monitoring?
Let's not sell out real liberty for the false promise of greater security."
http://networks.silicon.com/lans/0,39024663,39122136,00.htm

IDs for Child Care Centres
Parents, Care person and eventually the kids too ??
http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2006/s1654332.htm

Don't Fence Me in !
http://www.futurebrief.com/jeffharrowfences029.asp

Palm data on students

Ed: Overdosing on snooping ... from sun-up to sun-down; ugh ! what a way to live !
Snooping-drug is becoming addictive with those in advantage
Using her Palm Pilot, Bernd Elementary School principal Carol Bloodworth writes in the name of a student and within seconds, the child's photo, birth date, homeroom teacher, bus number and parents' phone number pops up on the screen.
All 485 of her students' pictures and personal information on them are stored on the calculator-sized device.

An officer would have access to students' discipline records, schedule, medical history and parents' phone numbers right away.
Also, school officers wouldn't have problems with students' giving false information and they wouldn't have trouble getting student information
after school hours, when there are incidents during athletic events or school functions, he said.
http://www.macon.com/mld/macon/14580689.htm

Revealing Sexual Predators in your neighborhood
http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/feb2006/jim221-2.htm

"Ready Kids" and "Rex" .... Government ( HS ) kits for kids
Ed: Will "chipping children" be a part of this kit? Did Narnia-hype pave the way for "Rex" ?
We're going to be talking about things during the course of this campaign like having emergency supply kits for families, having family plans about where to go and where to meet in case of emergency," [ Michael ] Chertoff told some 75 schoolchildren, their parents and journalists at Andrew Jackson Language Academy.
Written materials featuring the mascots have been sent to 135,000 teachers to explain how families should collect water, food, a radio, a flashlight, batteries, books, games and other supplies to last three days.

Hendon said her children were aware of terror attacks when reported in the news, but were more concerned about
"bad people in the neighborhood"
http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N02236739.htm

my comments in red with brackets
Belt-device or watch:
external GPS tracking of kids
When home and school become a prison.

"parents scrambling for ways to make sure young children don't get out of the house without Mom and Dad's knowledge.
Applied Digital Solutions Inc. of Palm Beach, Fla., has come up with the VeriChip, a subdermal microchip the size of a grain of rice that can be comfortably implanted just beneath the skin of a child, adult or pet. The chips can be removed without scarring."
[ Ed: I doubt it ! They boast of "bio-bond" adhering to the tissue in your body. It would hurt like heck and leave a scar taboot to remove Verichip , in my opinion ]
"That science will soon be combined "
[ Ed : two different devices: one internal, one external ]
"with satellite Global Positioning System technology to produce a system that can locate anyone, anywhere, anytime"
[ Ed : designed for control-freaks ]
[ the internal subdermal VeriChip cannot locate anyone by GPS ]

"GlobalPetFinder is now being used to keep tabs on children."
[ Ed : you too can have your child on a short leash ]

[ Ed: Bottom line: You don't need the subdermal Verichip at all if all you want to do is track your kids like an animal ]

http://fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2006/012006/01122006/159630

RFID goes to college
http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1035_22-5993692.html

Kate Kelly's book on to much hi-tech surveillance of kids

The Schmidts use a service called Teen Arrive Alive, one of a few companies that work with Nextel wireless phones and a tracking service from uLocate Communications Inc.
Other devices that track on-the-go kids include the Wherifone, a specialized locator phone that uses the Global Positioning System, and the CarChip, a device about the size of two nine-volt batteries stacked together that, installed in a vehicle, monitors speed, distance and driving habits.

Kate Kelly, author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Parenting a Teenager,'' doesn't blame them.
"Normal spouses don't hire private detectives to track the whereabouts of their mates, and parents who have done their jobs in establishing good relationships with their teens shouldn't be using extraordinary high-tech devices to follow their teens,'' Kelly says. "You've got to create a relationship built on trust, not fear.''
http://www.livescience.com/technology/ap_050906_kid_track.html

NIJ Nat'l Institute of Justice Youth System
Schools are like prisons, more everyday
The Department’s vision for improvements are "integrated physical security systems," which would include
"non-obtrusive sensors" to detect drugs and weapons, as well as to track students, staff, visitors, and intruders on school grounds. It also asks applicants to develop systems that enable law enforcement personnel to track the time and place that students enter and exit school buses.
In one of the more controversial areas of the grant solicitation, the NIJ states that "non-cooperative" identification and tracking is preferred over a "cooperative" system. A non-cooperative identification system captures and tracks personal or biometric data automatically, without a person knowing that they have been screened by a surveillance system

"They're going for prisons, they're going for the schools; they're going for the military; they're going for the people who are not in a position to say ‘no’," Albrecht told The NewStandard. "And who is less in a position to say ‘no’ than a child? I think it's absolutely unconscionable, absolutely unethical."

If you try to create too much security in a school setting, you’re going to make it a branch of the law enforcement enterprise instead of a branch of the educational enterprise," said Zimring
http://newstandardnews.net/content/?action=show_item&itemid=2632

Dutch to have electronic files from birth
Beginning Jan. 1, 2007, all citizens will be tracked from cradle to grave in a single database — including health, education, family and police records — the health ministry said Tuesday
Every child will get a Citizens Service Number, making it easier to keep track of children with problems even when their families move, said Secretary of Health Clemence Ross.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050913/ap_on_re_eu/netherlands_child_files
and here
http://www.newsmax.com/archives/ic/2005/9/13/202902.shtml

More bio-compatible rfid for babies -- HALO
HALO is the leading infant protection system, featuring a patented skin-sensing technology, and is now installed in hundreds of hospitals nation-wide. The new ergonomic HALO tag's design conforms more closely to the infant's ankle, providing greater skin-sensing reliability as well as more comfort for the infant
http://www.morerfid.com/details.php?subdetail=Report&action=details&report_id=589&display=RFID

MATRIX .. the ultimate dossier (
Mike Leavitt --Utah )
MATRIX — Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange — is an intranet database regarded as the nation's largest cyber-compilation of personal records. It is touted as an efficient crime-fighting tool that allows agencies to access information with just a nimble fingertip.
      Searchable databases allow law enforcement agents to probe for people using Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, property records, motor vehicle information and credit history. The information is collected by states and forwarded to a database in Florida, where a private company, Seisint Inc., builds and manages the database.
http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/0,1249,590039368,00.html

Drug companies want to use children as guinea pigs
The so-called "Regulation on Medicinal Products for Paediatric Use", which could become law by 2006, lays down procedures to encourage pharmaceutical companies to carry out more research on children's medicine
Another reason why medicine is not normally tested on children is that it is considered a morally delicate issue. Fears that a new pharmaceutical market for children’s medicines may be created has been expressed by doctors.
"Drugs should never be given to children if there are any doubts about their benefits, and if there are any alternatives", said representatives of Critical Psychiatry Network in a press release from April earlier this year.
http://euobserver.com/?aid=19796&rk=1

Gov. Administration and Psychiatric Drug Regime ( TMAP )
http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/sepp/2004/06/23/bush_to_impose_psychiatric_drug_regime.htm

Foster kids on drugs
http://www.ahrp.org/infomail/04/08/11.php

MealPay; Parents monitor what kids eat at school
In a growing number of states, parents can now find out what their kids are eating using an electronic payment system called MealPay.
Kids punch in a personal ID, and parents can go online to see how much their kids are spending and what they're eating.
For example, parents can add a comment to limit their children to one bag of chips or allow them none at all.
Experts warn some kids will resent having their diet on remote control.
http://wcco.com/seenon/local_story_240112759.html

Students: from ID cards to chips under the skin
"If we're going to go electronic, it seems we might as well put a chip under the skin of the students so that we can really track them"
http://www.muskogeephoenix.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050823/OPINION01/508230314/1014

QR Code Kid tracking
Lest you think RFID is the only technology being used in Japan to track kids, Fujitsu is testing a system that can store detailed data in QR Codes, eliminating the need for kids to wear or carry a digital device. The system works sort of like a CueCat for kids; if a child is lost, his QR Code can be read by an Internet-enabled scanner, which can automatically forward the child’s information to a specified server, which will in turn notify the parents
http://ubiks.net/local/blog/jmt/archives3/004216.html
http://engadget.com/entry/1234000490054829/

What is QR Code ? Developed in Japan ... 2D Code
http://www.denso-wave.com/qrcode/aboutqr-e.html

Fear is the best selling technique
RFID pajamas
http://www.ocweekly.com/ink/05/49/news-kidd.php

Father arrested trying to protect his child
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=45594


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