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Would You Let Your Boss Put a Chip in Your Body?

A small number of employees are agreeing to subcutaneous implants — and the idea is spreading

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Dave Coplin is trying to explain to me why people across two continents are suddenly allowing their employers to put microchips under their skin.




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Guy Clapperton is a senior journalist in the UK, who started working out the relationship between man and technology some 30 years ago.

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