Mexico implants RFIDs (radio frequency identification chips) in employees

ID chips not just for pets any more

The Mexico attorney general’s office implanted the so-called RFIDs — for radio frequency identification chips — in some employees in 2004 to restrict access to secure areas. Implanting them in the workers at CityWatcher.com is believed to be the first use of the technology in living humans in the United States.

Coming soon to a school, or job near you! It’s 1984 all over again! Thanks Big Brother!

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