Office workers microchipped

23-Apr-2017

'Would you agree to have a microchip implanted in you by your workplace that could potentially monitor your toilet breaks and how many hours you worked?

  • The chip is the size of a grain of rice and injected into a person's hand
  • It allows workers to open doors, use electronic devices, with potential for more
  • Data collected could include health, location, hours worked, toilet breaks

A Swedish firm in Stockholm — Epicenter — has offered to inject its staff with microchips for free, and around 150 of the company's young workforce have so far taken up the offer.'

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