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Michigan Is Trying to Make It Illegal For Companies to Put Microchips in Their Employees

Dan Robitzski
Why We Recommend This – We celebrate the rare instances where lawmakers push back against the dystopian encroachments on our privacy and sovereignty. The law ensures that chips can only be implanted on a voluntary basis, which is how all things, health and otherwise, should operate.

Michigan lawmakers just introduced a bill that would ban employers from implanting their workers with microchips — unless, of course, the worker in question volunteered.

In recent years, a growing number of companies have explored the idea of tagging their employees with subdermal, rice-sized RFID chips. Companies defend the chips as a way to track productivity, but doing so comes with glaring privacy violations. Now, if the Michigan bill is enacted, ABC News reports that the chips could only be implanted on a voluntary basis.

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