Monday, August 13, 2007

"A chip on my shoulder"

An editorial from the SF Chronicle:

This isn't about "demonizing" a technology. It's about using it judiciously. The microchip in your arm -- unlike the toll transmitter on your windshield or the credit card in your wallet -- can't be put away in a vault or tossed out easily. It's there, radiating your identity and perhaps much more, for 10-15 years unless you have it removed at great pain and expense -- assuming your government or employer allows you to do so.

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