RFID chips for employees - who needs ID cards?

  TOPCAT® 15:43 02 May 06
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Fancy being chipped like your pet? It could be coming to a surgery near you, especially if this catches on and your company has sensitive data it needs to protect. This US company has tagged two of its personnel in what is a first for any business in the States, we're told.

Remember, what starts over there usually makes landfall here too! ;o) TC.

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  dmc727 17:12 02 May 06

RFID – the future barcode.

  mole44 20:09 02 May 06

i have no problem with it.think of all the time saved not having to remember those passwords.one swipe and your sorted.

  spuds 22:42 02 May 06

A quick job down the vet's at £15/£20 a time for microchipping. I often wondered why someone had never introduced human microchipping, say from birth onwards. Perhaps save some of the ID card saga, and the cost (not agreed) that's going to be involved in that.

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