Tuesday, September 12, 2017
From the Wisconsin Lawyer (Sept. 2017):
Last month, media buzz surrounded a Wisconsin tech company, Three Square Market, that announced its employees could elect to have microchips, the size of a grain of rice, implanted into their skin. More than 40 employees have volunteered. Why?
Convenience and efficiency. The chip allows employees to access the building and other facilities, quickly log in to computers, or purchase snacks without a wallet.
Companies in Sweden and Belgium started chip implant programs as early as 2015. So is this the wave of the future or a privacy and security nightmare? It depends on your perspective.
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