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A company implanting microchips in its employees says it's not to track them

A majority of employees at Three Square Market, a technology company in Wisconsin, have volunteered to embed a rice-sized chip in their bodies that allow them to swipe into the building or pay for food in the cafeteria as if their hands were key cards. 337 more words

‘Keys to kingdom’ leaked by Sweden exposing military secrets and EU secure intranet

Quick … have the Seattle X-Men folks start another cross-border program with Sweden to give it away to the Russians while finding out who shot JFK … and JR! 33 more words

Information Security & Protection

A US Firm Will Install Microchips in Employees

A Wisconsin based firm that designs break room markets’ software has announced its plan to implant microchips in its employees. The company’s press release stated that Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) chip will be implanted between the forefinger and thumb of its employees. 389 more words


Mozilla wants to hear your voice - but should you keep quiet?

Is voice recognition technology really something we want the open-source community to break loose from the big corporations that have developed it and held it tight? 515 more words


Privacy in the telecommunications industry: compliance is the tip of the iceberg

This also appeared as an article in Inside Telecommunications, Issue 4, 2011

Privacy remains a significant issue for many telecommunications operators and poses ever-increasing challenges. 1,611 more words