The FDA Approved Microchips In Humans In 2004

FDA approved VeriChip’s implantable RFID chips for use in humans. These are the same chips that are used to identify pets. VeriChip is touting the chips’ medical applications, as a way of potentially

The FDA Approved Microchips In Humans In 2004

FDA approved VeriChip’s implantable RFID chips for use in humans. These are the same chips that are used to identify pets. VeriChip is touting the chips’ medical applications, as a way of potentially saving lives by storing medical data.

It is a clear threat to both privacy and personal safety, and quite simply, that is why it is a bad idea.

Proponents of the system claim that the chips can be read only from within a distance of a few centimeters, so there is no potential for abuse. This is a spectacularly naïve claim. All wireless protocols can work at much longer ranges than specified. In tests, RFID chips have been read by receivers 20 meters away. Improvements in technology are inevitable.

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