Staff offered skin implant to sign into work

Staff offered skin implant to sign into work
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A Belgian digital-marketing and tech company called NewFusion has launched an initiative offering employees the opportunity to trade in their ID badges for a surgically-implanted…

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A Belgian digital-marketing and tech company called NewFusion has launched an initiative offering employees the opportunity to trade in their ID badges for a surgically-implanted microchip.

La compañía belga de marketing digital Newfusion implantó a varios de sus empleados un chip bajo la piel https://t.co/EhIYmz3ur5pic.twitter.com/QNZdsoXSU3

— C5N (@C5N) February 6, 2017

The chips, which are inserted between the owner’s index finger and thumb, contain personal data and codes allowing access to company assets.

For those bothered about becoming bionic, the chip can also be worn in a ring.

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