Belgian Workers Open Doors With Microchip Implants

SPUTNIKNEWS –  February 5, 2017:  Employees at the Belgian digital marketing firm Newfusion, have had microchips inserted under their skin which allow them to open and close doors and access the company’s computers, Le Soir reported.

The microchips are the size of a grain of rice. They were inserted between the thumb and index finger of their hands.

The skin-inserted microchips replace the badges which the workers used to wear, and also contain personal data about the user. Link: Read Complete Article

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