Microchipping Humans: First They Traded Freedom for Security, Now It’s Privacy for Convenience
Opinion

Microchipping Humans: First They Traded Freedom for Security, Now It’s Privacy for Convenience

If a steel truth exists in decades of technological innovation, it rests firmly in the convenience provided society — indeed, while the mother of invention had long been named necessity, a prodigious marketplace bolstered iniquitously by acceptance of planned obsolescence ensured materialism had supplanted anything honorable as the true American Way. Whether society’s placating soma…

A US Firm Will Install Microchips in Employees
Miscellaneous

A US Firm Will Install Microchips in Employees

A Wisconsin based firm that designs break room markets’ software has announced its plan to implant microchips in its employees. The company’s press release stated that Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) chip will be implanted between the forefinger and thumb of its employees. Therefore, Three Square Market has become the first firm in the United States to…