BTC – One Mainframe to Rule Them All is a 50 minute documentary produced by Greg Nickolettos. The film starts with a monologue from Nazi Nexus author Edwin Black on WWII datalust and IBM. It then swiftly moves to current events surrounding injectible identity from Verichip, a corporation marketing an implanted RFID chip for seemingly pragmatic health care solutions.
EXCLUSIVE: One Mainframe to Rule Them AllPosted: October 20, 2009 in census, corporations, database, Edwin Black, IBM, RFID, surveillance, technology, verichip
The production values are typical of today’s dystopian standards in documentaries. After clearing the fear & exposure peak, we know the final solution is to simply oppose IBM’s persistent role in enumerating the masses as a sifting utility. Mid-way through One Mainframe the corporate transactional info may dull the attention span. This lasts a few moments before the human element comes back to visit. The point of the film is to portray Verichip as a “bad police chief” in a massive and ambitious dirty data handling effort to integrate every conventional identifiable person for a profile.
We never thought of Bill Gates as a “nazi”. However, the thought may scuttle across your mind after watching this.
You may still want to find out what’s out there on file about you anyway via LexusNexus. As it turns out, you can request your Full File Disclosure from ChoicePoint to find out what they know about you for no monetary cost, but it isn’t free – you would need to submit copies of your ID and a utility bill to get that information. All someone has to do is have copies of the same to get your information. So watch your identity articles.