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IMPLANTED MICROCHIPS FOR BUYING AND SELLING—ARE WE RACING TOWARD THE MARK OF THE BEAST?

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As CBN News reported in May, implantable chips in humans are not new, but for the last several years, the push to market them to a dubious population has escalated. A company in the United Kingdom has developed a new chip that allows you to pay on the same reader as a credit card. When a person with an implanted chip wants to pay for a product or service using a credit card reader, they simply place their hand with the chip next to the card reader and the payment is made. “There is a dark side to the technology that has a potential for abuse,” Nada Kakabadse, professor of policy, governance, and ethics at Reading University’s Henley Business School told the BBC. “To those with no love of individual freedom, it opens up seductive new vistas for control, manipulation and oppression. And who owns the data? Who has access to the data? And, is it ethical to chip people like we do pets?” she asks. The result, she cautions, could be “the disempowerment of many for the benefits of a few.” Critics are sounding the alarm about ongoing developments in tracking technology for humans. In addition, an ingestible pill with such tracking technology was created and approved in 2017 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration… (READ MORE)

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