Published On: Fri, Apr 11th, 2014

MIcrochips for horses, your credit card and Americans, by 2017

Safety, fraud protection, identification and location – the reasons the microchip technology is spreading across the landscape of our society. In fact, a new report by NBC points to 2017 for Americans to receive a chip in their to smooth the road for Obamacare processiong.

Screenshot from the NBC coverage of microchip technology in the human hand

Screenshot from the NBC coverage of microchip technology in the human hand

In the wake of high-profile thefts of data like the breach late last year at Target, major credit card companies are pushing banks and merchants to convert to microchip technology by October 2015 because personal information is much harder to lift from microchips.

For the banking industry, as the Hampton Road article notes, the new chipped cards will be the new norm, “…we believe it will come relatively soon – our members will already have that new card in their wallets.” A plan which has already been approved in California.

What seemed like conpiracy theory is now at the front door with HR 3962 Bill (a near exact copy of the HR 3200 bill)which has language to chip Americans: Chip Every Citizen of the United States – follow the links below to the bills.

It’s common to have pets microchipped and the tech is now being embaced for horses, an animal much closer to humans, as the expects at Pittsburgh University have a label sized chip which they “…which is engineered to detect pH levels in the body, will be able to alert doctors to encroaching bacterial infection, which causes acidosis, a drop in pH levels in nearby tissue.

So the risk is being tested, the technology is there and the voodoo effect is being reduced as Americans use them daily with their credit cards. Microchipped humans doesn’t seem that far fetched any longer.

Open Bill and Read Pages 1501 thru 1510

Read Class II Special Controls Guidance For FDA Staff

Read RFID Chip Implant Found In The Health Care Bill Article

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