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Wisconsin Company To Implant Microchips In Their Employees, And The Reason Why Is MIND BOGGLING

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Wisconsin Company To Implant Microchips In Their Employees, And The Reason Why Is MIND BOGGLING

A company in Wisconsin, Three Square Market, is offering to implant the tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip into workers hands for free – and says everyone will soon be doing it.
The rice grain-sized $300 chip will allow them to open doors, log in to computers and even purchase food. And so far, 50 employees have signed up for the chance.
But executives with Three Square Market, which provides technology for mini-markets and kiosks, insist convenience — and not a ploy to become Big Brother — is driving the initiative.
“This is the future,” CEO Todd Westby said Tuesday on TODAY. Westby, his wife and two children will also be getting microchipped.
During the short procedure, a syringe containing the chip — about the size of a grain of rice — is slid underneath the skin between the thumb and forefinger.
With the wave of their hands, employees will be able to open doors that require identification cards, log into their computers, operate copy machines or pay for snacks out of the company’s vending machines, the company said. Employees will now have two ways to get into the building. They can either use the traditional keypad with their identification number, or if they’re microchipped, they can just use their hands and swipe. That will allow them to open the door.
The chips operate on electromagnetic fields and must be no more than 6 inches from a device that can read them, known as radio-frequency identification.
Privacy protections were among the concerns when it was first rolled out, and fundamentalist religious groups publicly objected to the tiny tags as being the “mark of the beast” mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Revelation.
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