Implantable RFID? No thanks

Summary:If it is cheap enough, using RFID to track dogs and, perhaps, kids makes sense; but how about using it in implantable microchips to help thwart crime?

chipIf it is cheap enough, using RFID to track dogs and, perhaps, kids makes sense; but how about using it in implantable microchips to help thwart crime? As you may have already heard, earlier this month officials at the Mexican attorney general

Topics: Security

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