The thing about this book, and many others of similar vein from the same period, are two basic assumptions: The basic concept was that while government might lease a major chunk of the station, it was the commercial aspects that made it a viable concept. Nobody was going to foot the bill for government to build its own station.
Employees at Three Square Market, a technology company in Wisconsin, will have a small chip injected in their hands this week for security convenience. But where is this biohacking trend heading? Is there a microchip implant in your future?
Three Square Market The mainstream media is full of stories this week about a Wisconsin vending machine company that plans to embed a rice-size microchip in the hands of employees on a voluntary basis on Aug.
According to NBC News: The chips operate on electromagnetic fields and must be no more than 6 inches from a device that can read them, known as radio-frequency identification. Food and Drug Administration in for the marketing of the VeriChip to medical patients.
Back inABC News ran this report which predicted that we would see implants byalthough their example was for medical purposes.
Three years ago, Fox News asked the question: Using short-range radio frequency identification RFID signals, it can transmit your identity as you pass through a security checkpoint or walk into a football stadium.
It can help you buy groceries at Wal-Mart. In a worst-case scenario — if you are kidnapped in a foreign country, for example — it could save your life.
Microchip implants like the ones pet owners use to track their dogs and cats could become commonplace in humans in the next decade.
For soldiers and journalists in war zones, an implant could be the difference between life and death. A tracker could also help law enforcement quickly locate a kidnapped child. For those concerned with privacy, the biohacker noted how wearable devices and mobile technology are already collecting and sharing our personal data.
Where embedded NFC chips come in, however, is that we can achieve the same results but with "less clutter.
According to Sjoblad, biotechnology and embedded NFC chips will eventually become a quick digital identification process used for everyday purposes. Ethical, Privacy and Medical Issues?
According to this CBN articlethere are plenty of legal implications in embedding chips as well. Who owns what you do?
And who owns what you buy? Are you entitled to that privacy? Or does the company own that data? Is it medically safe? Not just for today, but what about in three to five years?And he causes all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free men and the slaves, to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, and he provides that no one will be able to buy or to sell, except the one who has the mark, either the name of the beast or the number of his name..
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Aug 07, · Please do not let your employer microchip you. Philip K. Dick wrote a short story about a man with a chip implanted in his head that the government used to turn him into a trained assassin.
“And he causes all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free men and the slaves, to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, and he provides that no one.