Years ago, former Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson, pledged he would do it when he joined the board of directors of VeriChip Corp. and encouraged Americans to also do it, saying it would be beneficial if they ever had a medical emergency. Of course, the former bureaucrat never actually had it done. During the same time period, two employees of CityWatcher.com had the RFID chip implanted but the network administrator carried his microchip on his keychain.
While implanting microchips in employees hasn’t yet become widespread in America, Swedish companies have begun using it with their employees. And you know it’s only a matter of time before some politician takes a pay-off from a microchip producer and passes a law making it mandatory here in the States.
Would you do this to keep your job or to get a job?