July 30, 2017
An American company that makes vending machines is asking its employees to get implanted with microchips. The rice-sized devices are inserted between the thumb and forefinger and allow users to store information—such as medical records and credit cards—and unlock doors, computers and cars with the wave of a hand.
But privacy advocates warn that trackable data is also hackable data.
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