Swedish Workers Are Getting Microchipped

In Sweden, some workers are volunteering to have a microchip implanted in their hand to be used as an ID card.

The idea is that it will make things easier and more convenient at work.

The chip will help them unlock doors, operate printers, open storage lockers and even buy things with the wave of their hand.

It sounds like an interesting idea, but is it crossing a line?  I'm all for convenience, but I'd be afraid of what my employer could do to me via microchip.  Could they track me?  Could they shock me if I'm not being productive enough?

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