Feedback at 5: Microchipping Employees

The size of a grain of rice—a tech company is now offering to implant microchips into its employees.

Wisconsin-based Three Square Market plans to implant chips in the hands of volunteers in its workforce.

The chips help workers unlock doors, use copiers and log onto computers with a wave of their hand.

The company is offering the chips, which cost about $300 apiece, to its employees for free.

Experts wonder if this is all a publicity stunt and are concerned about a loss of privacy.

Do you think microchipping is a good or bad idea?

Would you do it?

Comment below for Feedback at 5:00.

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