Are Subcutaneous Microchips A Good Idea?

Mal Fletcher on British Radio

A company in Wisconsin USA has decided to issue all of its workers with a microchip under their skin. The chip will be used to open doors and even buy lunch in the canteen. This follows the example of a Swedish workstation two years ago. Is this a good idea? Social futurist Mal Fletcher shares his thoughts in this short excerpt from an interview on London's Premier Radio.

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