Thursday, 1 April 2010

FDA approves VeriChip for humans
Not that it will come as a surprise to anyone, but yesterday the FDA approved VeriChip to be marketed for medical purposes. Applied Digital Solutions has created an implantable computer chip to "speed vital information about a patient's medical history to doctors and hospitals." It is simultaneously being heralded as a medical milestone by some and an invasion of privacy by others. Just think of it as an invisible barcode to release information when passed over by specialized scanners. Click here to read the article.

This ought to go nicely with your biometric workers card...

From Campaign for Liberty


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