microchip implant

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microchip implant

An RFID chip that contains a unique number for identifying animals. It is embedded under the skin or attached to the animal via an ear tag. In the 1990s, the technology became popular in zoos, but in 2001, the first commercial chip for people was introduced (see VeriChip). See RFID and NFC.
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His only hope for revenge on the attackers is a chip implant that could let him control his body.
If you are wondering how the information on the NFC chip implant works and how secure it is, Hannes Sjoblad said, "You can't keep the information on the chip a secret because other people can read it.
I think a small chip implant in my brain would do the trick!
Far from appearing fantastical or even infantile --when the choir sing of the Antichrist branding his followers with, 'their own credit barcode--or injected with a preprogrammed sub-skin PIN 666 chip implant', or of the Golden Space City itself descending from above, 'The greatest space vehicle ever created ...
LOOK, IT'S HARDLY EVEN THERE, WITH THIS CHIP IMPLANT, I DON'T NEED ANY I.D.
Humane societies and animal shelters in local communities across America participate in the annual Tag Day campaign, which seeks to raise the consciousness of individuals to identify their companion pets through micro chip implant, tattoo or traditional tagging.
The $15 daily fee for dogs, or $12 for cats, will set you back $450 or $360, respectively, not including pet-ID chip implant, test fees and administrative fees.
A paralyzed person with chip implant directs computer cursor to open e-mail, play Pong and move a rudimentary robotic arm
But one woman who had a chip implant is taking no chances.
Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow - his legal name - had his Opal transportation chip implant done by U.S.-based lab (https://dangerousthings.com/) Dangerous Things .
According to the Web site Snopes.com, which debunks hoax stories, the report that the EU made the RFID chip implant mandatory was traced to the Web site topinfopost.com which it described as having "a long history of picking up and republishing false information from other sources with no regard for its veracity."
Troy Dunn who locates missing people on his TNT show said that a chip implant would make his work easier but he does not vote for it.