RFID chips, Cognitive Liberty and the Future of Free Thought
Published April 5, 2011
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    James Walbert returns with Dave Larson to discuss the first Federal lawsuit and case regarding chipping inside the human body and cognitive liberty. The right to freedom of thought is situated at the core of what it means to be a free person. It is essential to the most elementary concept of human freedom, dignity and self expression. It's what gives us collective confidence that the future will improve upon the past. In the past, civil rights battles were centered on freeing the body from oppression. The civil rights battles of today and tomorrow must now focus on protecting the fundamental right to brain privacy, autonomy and choice (i.e. Cognitive Liberty). At stake is the unlimited potential of the human mind.
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