Some Swedish Workers Are Getting Microchips Implanted In Their Hands
In the article, "Some Swedish Workers Are Getting Microchips Implanted In Their Hands," featured in The Washington Post, Partner C.R. Wright comments on the likelihood of employers implementing the implantation of microchips into employees, as they have done in Sweden.
“We already have biometric tags and packaging. It's jumping to the human application,” he said. Though any kind of embedded microchip is likely to bring pushback from workers, “within the next five years, I would think it will be tried here.”
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