Media Articles Reveal Information on Microchip Implants
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technology to implant microchips and track people's movements and even their
bank accounts with these chips is now being publicly acknowledged.
The below two articles on microchip implants from the CNN and CBS websites cause
one to pause and think. I am a big supporter of truth and transparency on
both global and personal levels, but microchip implants under the skin is
an invasive procedure for which I have no interest. Some fear this technology
may eventually lead to mass microchipping of the human population for
reasons of "national security." This would clearly be a gross
invasion of privacy. Notice how both articles below seem to be subtly trying
to convince the public that this is a beneficial technology, already accepted
by people outside of the US.
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Technology gets under clubbers'
Wednesday, June 9, 2004 Posted: 1324 GMT (2124 HKT)
(CNN) -- Queuing to get into one nightclub in Spain could soon be a
thing of the past for regular customers thanks to a tiny computer chip
implanted under their skin.
technology, known as a VeriChip, also means nightclubbers can leave their
cash and cards at home and buy drinks using a scanner. The bill can then be
system is also designed to curb identity theft and prevent fraudulent access
to credit card accounts that is increasingly common in crowded restaurants
who want to join the scheme at Baja Beach Club in Barcelona pay 125 euros
(about US $150) for the VeriChip -- about the size of a grain of rice -- to
be implanted in their body.
when they pass through a scanner the chip is activated and it emits a signal
containing the individual's number, which is then transmitted to a secure
data storage site.
club's director, Conrad Chase, said he began using the VeriChip, made by
Applied Digital Solutions, in March 2004 because he needed something similar to
a VIP card and wanted to provide his customers with better service.
believe we should use new technology to provide our customers with the best
service and entertainment," Chase told CNN.
said 10 of the club's regular customers, including himself, have been
implanted with the chip, and predicted more would follow.
know many people who want to be implanted," said Chase. "Almost
everybody now has a piercing, tattoos or silicone. Why not get the chip and
the wake of the Madrid train bombings that killed 190 people in March, Chase
said VeriChip could also boost security by speeding up checks at airports,
denied the scheme had any drawbacks. The VeriChip is an in-house debit card
and contains no personal information. It is made of glass so poses no health
risk, Chase said.
Dr. Arun Patel, a general physician in Los Angeles, warned that placing an
electronic device inside the body could be problematic.
a medical standpoint, obviously you worry about radiation with any electronic
device," Patel said.
(The following article by Associated Press is posted on the
CBS news website)
A Real Chip
On Your Shoulder
MEXICO CITY, July 17, 2003
(AP) Borrowing from an idea that allows pet owners
to track their dogs and cats, a U.S. company launched Thursday in Mexico
the sale of microchips that can be implanted under a person's skin and used
to confirm everything from health history to identity.
The microchips, which went on sale last year in the United States, could tap
into a growing industry surrounding Mexico's crime concerns. Kidnappings,
robberies and fraud are common here, and Mexicans are constantly looking for
ways to stay ahead of criminals.
The microchip, the size of a grain of rice, is implanted in the arm or hip
and can contain information on everything from a person's blood type to their
name. Hospital officials and security guards can use a scanning device to
read the chip's information.
In a two-hour presentation, Palm Beach, Florida-based Applied Digital
Solutions Inc. introduced reporters to the VeriChip and used a syringe-like
device and local anesthetic to implant a sample in the right arm of employee
"It doesn't hurt at all," he said. "The whole process is just painless."
Another chip user, Luis Valdez, who is diabetic, said the chip is "as
innovative to me as the cell phone."
Antonio Aceves, the director of the Mexican company charged with distributing
the chip here, said that in the first year of sales, the company hoped to
implant chips in 10,000 people and ensure that at least 70 percent of all
hospitals had the technology to read the devices.
One chip costs $150 and has a $50 annual fee. The scanning device and related
software is $1200. Users can update and manage their chips' information by
calling a 24-hour customer service line.
Similar technology has been used on dogs and cats as a way to identify the
pets if they are lost or stolen.
The VeriChip can track subjects who are within 5 miles, but officials want to
develop a new chip that can use satellite technology to track people who are
farther away and may have been kidnapped.
While the idea of using the chip to track people has raised privacy concerns
in the United States, the idea has been popular with Mexicans, who have been
contacting Aceves and asking when the new global positioning chip will be
available. The company hopes to have the new anti-kidnapping chip developed
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