American company will massively implant corporate chips to employees

Of the 85 employees at the Three Square Market (32M) headquarters, at least fifty will take part in what has been called the "chip party" in early August. At the event, on a volunteer basis, all of them will have RFID tags inserted under their skin, between their thumb and forefinger, free of charge. This is necessary to optimize the work of the office, but what will happen to those who refused, the company is silent.

The position of 32M management is such that personal RFID tags will soon become as commonplace and even a necessity as smartphones. That is why it is profitable for employees now, at the expense of the employer, to acquire a subcutaneous chip. With its help, through NFC technology, they will be able to open the locks on the doors, log in to the workplace, pay for purchases, unlock equipment and much more.

An RFID tag is a combination of a wallet, keychain and passport, a kind of universal identity identifier for accessing all the services you need. With the appropriate equipment, of course. 32M claims to have chosen the most secure and low-power version of the chip, which functions only in close proximity to corporate technology. The threat of identity theft of employees is minimal, but it is there.

When we insert the key into the keyhole or enter the PIN-code, we take a deliberate action, we start the procedure of checking our personal access rights of our own free will. RFID-tag does not need to be activated and data from it can be read unnoticed by the user, although for this you have to bring the scanner to his hand. If the 32M bosses are right and the use of subcutaneous chips continues to grow, then the scammers will have a new field of action. And employees will have to ask themselves - how much do I trust my superiors?