Identity Chip Planted Under Skin Approved for Use in Health Care

The New York Times discusses implantible chips used for medical reasons with Wayne Crews. 

''The fact that we're engaged in such a deep, fundamental privacy debate really does complicate the prospect for this kind of technology,'' said Clyde Wayne Crews Jr., director of technology studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a regulatory research group in Washington. ''We haven't even sorted out the appropriateness of a RFID tag that goes on a pallet of tomatoes,'' Mr. Crews said, ''much less one that can go under a person's skin.''

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