However, this initiative is completely optional for the employees and if they later change their minds, they can have the implant removed. Do you trust them enough to let them implant a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chip into your hand?
Implanting chips in employee's hands is already being done in Sweden, where an organization named Epicenter is having success with an increasing number of employees there opting to get the implant. Three Square Markets plans to introduce and popularize it in the US.
After this, the technology - which is the same used in contactless credit cards and mobile payments - will allow them a seamless way to use devices that require electronically stored information, such as payment details. Also, the chips are connected to their credit cards and can interface with the vending machines for food and drink charges.
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While the idea of inserting a chip no matter how small on one's body part may seem disturbing or even nightmarish to others, the employees of the Three Square Market have no such worries and have complete faith in their company's innovative idea. "Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc." commented 32M CEO, Todd Westby.
Three Square Market's management team got the idea to implant microchips in employees from one of their European operators that utilizes the technology.
The firm is working with BioHax, a Sweden-based company, to develop, manufacture, and deliver this new technology which #The Three Square Market considers as just another method of identification and payment. "Why not use it in other people?' It becomes commonplace, normal, and people accept it". "So there is very good reason for this legislation, and if lawmakers say, 'hey, there is no reason we'd ever forcibly chip a human being, ' then why are they so anxious about passing the bill?"
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