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WHY WE SHOULD HAVE CHIPS EMBEDDED, BUT... BEWARE!

   

Kenn Daily

 

Published on Aug 20, 2018

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DAILYKENN.com -- Subcutaneous are becoming more popular as people around the world surrender their individual liberty for convenience and security.

In the future no border all will be needed because every human (with a few Alex Jones types) will be chipped and tracked. Illegal aliens will find living north of the border impossible as (a) they will be tracked and (b) their chip will be "turned off" in their host country.

Kidnapping will be a thing of the past, purse snatching will be pointless, every narcotic transactions will be recorded, cash-related crimes will be non-existent, corruption will be eliminated, taxes will be paid to the penny, keys will be pointless, voter fraud will be impossible, and the list goes on.

From technologyreview.com ▼ Rachel Metz

When Patrick McMullan wants a Diet Dr Pepper while he’s at work, he pays for it with a wave of his hand. McMullan has a microchip implanted between his thumb and forefinger, and the vending machine immediately deducts money from his account. At his office, he’s one of dozens of employees who have been doing likewise for a year now.

McMullan is the president of Three Square Market, a technology company that provides self-service mini-markets to hospitals, hotels, and company break rooms. Last August, he became one of roughly 50 employees at its headquarters in River Falls, Wisconsin, who volunteered to have a chip injected into their hand.

The idea came about in early 2017, he says, when he was on a business trip to Sweden—a country where some people are getting subcutaneous microchips to do things like enter secure buildings or book train tickets. It’s one of very few places where chip implants, which have been around for quite a while, have taken off in some fashion.

The chips he and his employees got are about the size of a very large grain of rice. They’re intended to make it a little easier to do things like get into the office, log on to computers, and buy food and drinks in the company cafeteria. Like many RFID chips, they are passive—they don’t have batteries, and instead get their power from an RFID reader when it requests data from the chip (McMullan’s chip includes identifying information to grant him access to the building, as well as some basic medical information, for instance).

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