Is there Anything Wrong with Human Microchipping?

A Wisconsin company will become the first U.S. company to provide employees implantable microchips. Three Square Market will offer the technology to all employees during a “chip party”...

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A Wisconsin company will become the first U.S. company to provide employees implantable microchips. Three Square Market will offer the technology to all employees during a “chip party” on Aug. 1. The program is optional. Employees will be implanted with a RFID chip allowing them to make purchases in their break room micro market, open doors, login to computers, use the copy machine, etc.

Do you see anything wrong with microchipping? Is it problematic or the future? Thoughts?

 

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  1. Paul Reply

    This is a terrifying invasion of privacy with virtually no upside. I’ll carry a keycard to enter a building or type in a code to use a copier any day. If this monitored my physical condition because I had medical problems that required constant monitoring, I might feel differently. But being tagged like an endangered animal in the wild to make snack purchases in a company break room slightly more convenient is an abomination.