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Microchips in Humans.

Posted by grizzlymedia on August 5, 2007


Libraries place microchips and other devices in books and other materials to control theft. Now some companies are experimenting with these Radio Frequency Identification Devices in humans to identify high security workers or for helping to locate Alzheimer’s patients. Are microchips in humans an idea whose time has come, or is it Big Brother surveillance gone too far?

One Response to “Microchips in Humans.”

  1. Sara said

    I think that microchips are a great idea for senior adults with Alzheimer’s. I also think it might be a good idea for children with special needs and convicted child molesters. As for the rest of the population, I’m not sure.

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