Corporate Counsel: The Employee Privacy Risks of Company Chips by Amanda Ciccatelli:
Technology today is amazing and unstoppable, but is some new tech crossing the privacy line? One company, Three Square Market, a software developer for vending machines, has a new voluntary program to employees, where a microchip is implanted in their hand. The chip then allows the employees to open doors, pay for purchases, share business cards, store medical information, and even log into their computers. The chip is making certain tasks easier for people, butcould also be creating serious privacy risks.