US: Wisconsin company offers optional microchips for employees

Like something from a science-fiction novel, a US firm is offering to implant microchips in its employees.

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    Like something from a science-fiction novel, a US firm is offering to implant microchips in its employees.

    The tiny chips allow employees to access offices, computers and even vending machines.

    But some are questioning what the chips might mean for privacy.

    Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports from River Falls, Wisconsin.


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