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More Big Brother? Facial recognition kiosk for air travel,
Employees offered an “office innovation” – implanted microchips

Jowan Osterlund of Biohax Sweden with a small microchip implant.
Photo credit: AP Photo/James Brooks

– “Should U.S. Citizens Flying Abroad Be Required to Submit to Face Scans?”
“U.S. Homeland Security said it is rolling out new biometric facial recognition technology just before departure to make sure the passenger who’s leaving the U.S. is the same person who entered,” from NBC Nightly News, July 13, 2017.
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– “Wisconsin company offers to implant microchips in employees”
“The latest office innovation is a microchip, designed to replace the traditional keypad for opening doors, using the copier and even buying food in the cafeteria. The owner of Three Square Market in Wisconsin says at least 50 of his 80 employees have signed up to become bionic.” Jamie Yuccas reports for the CBS Evening News, July 25, 2017.
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Posted by Steve on August 10, 2017 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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