Results 1 to 8 of 8
Like Tree9Likes
  • 2 Post By pkskyali
  • 3 Post By ALIPAC
  • 2 Post By 6 Million Dollar Man
  • 2 Post By tom_flow

Thread: Wisconsin Company to Implant Microchips in Employees

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

  1. #1
    Administrator ALIPAC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Gheen, Minnesota, United States
    Posts
    59,578

    Wisconsin Company to Implant Microchips in Employees

    Wisconsin Company to Implant Microchips in Employees



    July 24, 2017 04:29 PM
    A Wisconsin company is about to become the first in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to its employees.
    Yes, you read that right. Microchip implants.





    "It's the next thing that's inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it," Three Square Market Chief Executive Officer Todd Westby said.



    The company designs software for break room markets that are commonly found in office complexes.
    Just as people are able to purchase items at the market using phones, Westby wants to do the same thing using a microchip implanted inside a person's hand.
    "We'll come up, scan the item," he explained, while showing how the process will work at an actual break room market kiosk. "We'll hit pay with a credit card, and it's asking to swipe my proximity payment now. I'll hold my hand up, just like my cell phone, and it'll pay for my product."
    More than 50 Three Square Market employees are having the devices implanted starting next week. Each chip is about the size of a single grain of rice.
    Along with purchasing market kiosk items, employees will be able to use the chip to get into the front door and log onto their computers.
    Each chip costs $300, and the company is picking up the tab. They're implanted between a person's thumb and forefinger. Westby added the data is both encrypted and secure.
    "There's no GPS tracking at all," he said.
    No one who works at Three Square Market is required to get the chip implant.






    http://kstp.com/news/wisconsin-compa...arket/4549459/
    Support our FIGHT AGAINST illegal immigration & Amnesty by joining our E-mail Alerts at http://eepurl.com/cktGTn

  2. #2
    Senior Member Beezer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2016
    Posts
    4,168
    If they can "chip" employees...then we can "chip" illegal aliens for deportations and chip people coming here on Visa's!
    Support our FIGHT AGAINST illegal immigration & Amnesty by joining our E-mail Alerts at http://eepurl.com/cktGTn

  3. #3
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Posts
    1,150
    Quote Originally Posted by Beezer View Post
    If they can "chip" employees...then we can "chip" illegal aliens for deportations and chip people coming here on Visa's!
    My understanding is that South and Central American countries already put a chip in the heads of the migrants they send up here in order to make them smart enough to operate leaf blowers and two stroke landscaping equipment.
    Beezer and Judy like this.
    Support ALIPAC'sFIGHT AGAINST illegal immigration & Amnesty by joining our E-mail Alerts at http://eepurl.com/cktGTn

  4. #4
    Administrator ALIPAC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Gheen, Minnesota, United States
    Posts
    59,578
    This evil and potentially nation and world enslaving technolog must be opposed at every step!

    W
    Support our FIGHT AGAINST illegal immigration & Amnesty by joining our E-mail Alerts at http://eepurl.com/cktGTn

  5. #5
    Senior Member 6 Million Dollar Man's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2017
    Posts
    593
    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    This evil and potentially nation and world enslaving technolog must be opposed at every step!

    W
    I agree 100%. This is exactly the technology that the bible warns us about. The number of the beast on our hands. Once this is allowed to catch on, it will eventually become mandatory, not allowing us to buy or sell without this mark implanted on our hands. Exactly what the bible warns about. You're absolutely right, we MUST oppose this at every step!
    Judy and nntrixie like this.

  6. #6
    Junior Member tom_flow's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Location
    Dallas
    Posts
    1
    There is already an example of implantation of microchips in a company in Sweden:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...icrochips.html

    It is said that in fact, the chip replaces a bunch of things that you have to carry around with you, communication devices, credit cards, keys. Perhaps this is so, but it reminds me more of some fiction films ("The Matrix" or "The Island") and I think that these technologies are a threat to people.
    Beezer and ALIPAC like this.
    Visit our blog https://buyessay.org/blog/politics-e...istence-of-un/ to read some samples of essay on the topic of politics or just take some useful information for yourself.

  7. #7
    Administrator ALIPAC's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Gheen, Minnesota, United States
    Posts
    59,578
    Quote Originally Posted by tom_flow View Post
    There is already an example of implantation of microchips in a company in Sweden:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...icrochips.html

    It is said that in fact, the chip replaces a bunch of things that you have to carry around with you, communication devices, credit cards, keys. Perhaps this is so, but it reminds me more of some fiction films ("The Matrix" or "The Island") and I think that these technologies are a threat to people.
    I agree tom and great avatar by the way! I've played all the Fallout series games since Fallout 1 back in the 90's!

    As and American and Christian I am fundamentally opposed to microchip implants in humans for both political and spiritual reasons.

    W
    Support our FIGHT AGAINST illegal immigration & Amnesty by joining our E-mail Alerts at http://eepurl.com/cktGTn

  8. #8
    Senior Member JohnDoe2's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Location
    PARADISE (San Diego)
    Posts
    81,486
    Would YOU let your employer implant an ID chip in your arm? 150 employees at Swedish startup get micro-chipped



    • At Swedish startup Epicenter, about 150 employees have been microchipped
    • Injections have become so popular that workers hold parties for those willing
    • Can be used to open doors, operate printers, buy smoothies with a wave of hand


    By Associated Press

    PUBLISHED: 08:59 EDT, 3 April 2017 | UPDATED: 13:11 EDT, 3 April 2017

    The syringe slides in between the thumb and index finger.
    Then, with a click, a microchip is injected in the employee's hand. Another 'cyborg' is created.

    What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at the Swedish startup hub Epicenter.

    Scroll down for video


    +

    Self-described 'body hacker' Jowan Osterlund from Biohax Sweden, holds a small microchip implant, similar to those implanted into workers at the Epicenter digital innovation business centre during a party at the co-working space in central Stockholm

    HOW IT WORKS

    The small implants use Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, the same as in contactless credit cards or mobile payments.

    When activated by a reader a few centimeters (inches) away, a small amount of data flows between the two devices via electromagnetic waves.


    The implants are 'passive,' meaning they contain information that other devices can read, but cannot read information themselves.


    The company offers to implant its workers and startup members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers, or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.


    But, experts say the ethical dilemmas will become bigger the more sophisticated the microchips become.


    The company offers to implant its workers and startup members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers, or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.

    The injections have become so popular that workers at Epicenter hold parties for those willing to get implanted.


    'The biggest benefit I think is convenience,' said Patrick Mesterton, co-founder and CEO of Epicenter. As a demonstration, he unlocks a door by merely waving near it.


    'It basically replaces a lot of things you have, other communication devices, whether it be credit cards or keys.'


    The technology in itself is not new. Such chips are used as virtual collar plates for pets.


    Companies use them to track deliveries.


    It's just never been used to tag employees on a broad scale before.


    Epicenter and a handful of other companies are the first to make chip implants broadly available.


    And as with most new technologies, it raises security and privacy issues.


    While biologically safe, the data generated by the chips can show how often an employee comes to work or what they buy.


    Unlike company swipe cards or smartphones, which can generate the same data, a person cannot easily separate themselves from the chip.


    'Of course, putting things into your body is quite a big step to do and it was even for me at first,' said Mesterton, remembering how he initially had had doubts.

    'But then on the other hand, I mean, people have been implanting things into their body, like pacemakers and stuff to control your heart,' he said.


    'That's a way, way more serious thing than having a small chip that can actually communicate with devices.'


    Epicenter, which is home to more than 100 companies and some 2,000 workers, began implanting workers in January 2015.


    Now, about 150 workers have them.


    A company based in Belgium also offers its employees such implants, and there are isolated cases around the world where tech enthusiasts have tried this out in recent years.



    +

    Rich Lee receiving an implant in his hand. He usually asks body modification artists to do the procedures for him, but he's done a few on himself when he thinks the risk is extremely limited

    The first implant was a finger magnet, which he got because 'the thought of being able to feel an invisible force and gain a new sense was too intriguing to pass up.'

    He explains that he used to have implants in his shins to see how well they would protect his bones from impact.


    While a few of the implants were done himself, most were carried out by body modification experts such as piercing artists.


    The small implants use Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, the same as in contactless credit cards or mobile payments.

    When activated by a reader a few centimeters (inches) away, a small amount of data flows between the two devices via electromagnetic waves.


    The implants are 'passive,' meaning they contain information that other devices can read, but cannot read information themselves.


    Ben Libberton, a microbiologist at Stockholm's Karolinska Institute, says hackers could conceivably gain huge swathes of information from embedded microchips.


    The ethical dilemmas will become bigger the more sophisticated the microchips become.


    'The data that you could possibly get from a chip that is embedded in your body is a lot different from the data that you can get from a smartphone,' he says.


    'Conceptually you could get data about your health, you could get data about your whereabouts, how often you're working, how long you're working, if you're taking toilet breaks and things like that.'


    +4

    A company based in Belgium also offers its employees such implants. Belgian marketing firm NewFusion is offering its staff the chance to replace their existing ID cards with RFID chips implanted under their skin

    Libberton said that if such data is collected, the big question remains of what happens to it, who uses it, and for what purpose.

    So far, Epicenter's group of cyborgs doesn't seem too concerned.


    'People ask me; 'Are you chipped?' and I say; 'Yes, why not,'' said Fredric Kaijser, the 47-year-old chief experience officer at Epicenter.


    'And they all get excited about privacy issues and what that means and so forth.


    'And for me it's just a matter of I like to try new things and just see it as more of an enabler and what that would bring into the future.'


    The implants have become so popular that Epicenter workers stage monthly events where attendees have the option of being 'chipped' for free.


    That means visits from self-described 'body hacker' Jowan Osterlund from Biohax Sweden who performs the 'operation.'


    He injects the implants - using pre-loaded syringes - into the fleshy area of the hand, just next to the thumb.


    The process lasts a few seconds, and more often than not there are no screams and barely a drop of blood.


    'The next step for electronics is to move into the body,' he says.


    Sandra Haglof, 25, who works for Eventomatic, an events company that works with Epicenter, has had three piercings before, and her left hand barely shakes as Osterlund injects the small chip.


    'I want to be part of the future,' she laughs.


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz4qdDA5Zsc

    NO AMNESTY

    DON'T REWARD THE CRIMINAL ACTIONS OF MILLIONS OF ILLEGAL ALIENS

    BY GIVING THEM CITIZENSHIP


    Sign in and post comments.

Similar Threads

  1. Chobani CEO Surprises Employees With Ownership Stake in the Company
    By JohnDoe2 in forum Other Topics News and Issues
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 04-26-2016, 09:06 PM
  2. They Really Do Want To Implant Microchips Into Your Brain
    By AirborneSapper7 in forum Other Topics News and Issues
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 08-04-2012, 09:25 PM
  3. ALIPAC: Wisconsin company criticized for alien costume
    By ALIPAC in forum illegal immigration News Stories & Reports
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 10-20-2009, 04:10 PM
  4. Pentagon to implant microchips in soldiers
    By jp_48504 in forum Other Topics News and Issues
    Replies: 14
    Last Post: 08-06-2007, 03:21 AM
  5. Ex-Employees Sue Meatpacking Company
    By magyart in forum illegal immigration News Stories & Reports
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 12-18-2006, 10:37 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •