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Saturday, April 1, 2017

having RFID chip implanted on human body ! - Thani Oruvan .. !!

Those following  electoral politics and the way parties have their cadres would know it – a lower level cadre goes tying flags on lamp posts, even as his wife has labour pangs – getting to know of this the party leader lends his car and there is safe delivery ! – the boy grows to be very good in studies, but happens to  witness a murder of a rebel party candidate by their own reverredleader – the father (who is party cadre) takes the blame and goes to jail.

SiddharthAbimanyu, an influential scientist, is involved in various illegal medical practices. Mithran, an efficient IPS officer, decides to expose him.    The scientist  is the son of the cadre as you might have guessed.  Not much of comedy nor role for heroine.  The heroine is a  forensic scientist.  Well established and very intelligent, Siddarth uses the medical field to gain profit.  Owner of a Swiss pharmaceutical company, an activist  trying to offer  generic medicines for life-threatening diseases at low cost gets killed in a meeting in India and police cop too gets shot.   While he is recovering from the gunshot wound in the hospital, an electronic chip  is implanted in him which provides details of all movements of the cop to the villain. 
That was the thrilling storyline of   “ThaniOruvan”  film directed by Mohan Raja and written by Subha. It starred Jayam Ravi as Mithran, Nayanthra and Arvind swami as SiddharthAbhimanyu.  The film's soundtrack was composed by HiphopTamizha.

Would YOU let your boss implant you with a microchip?  - MailOnline has a shocking news item (on 8.2.2017) that 10,000 people worldwide are believed to already have microchip implants !

In a move that could be lifted straight from science fiction, workers at a Belgian marketing firm are being offered the chance to have microchips implanted in their bodies. The chips contain personal information and provide access to the company's IT systems and headquarters, replacing existing ID cards.  The controversial devices raise questions about personal security and safety, including whether they may allow the movements of people with implants to be tracked.


Belgian marketing firm NewFusion is offering its staff the chance to replace their existing ID cards with RFID chips implanted under their skin.  Radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips are about the same size as a grain of rice.They store personal security information which can be transmitted over short distances to special receivers. They can already be found in contactless cards - including the Oyster system in London.

They are also similar to the chips implanted in pets.It is believed there are 10,000 people across the world using microchip technology inside their bodies.

The ones used at NewFusion cost around €100 each (Rs.7000 approx) and are inserted between the thumb and index finger. The report suggests that a  growing number of people and businesses are choosing to adopt the practice, known as biohacking.Implant kits can be bought online, and include a sterile injector with a pre-loaded chip and gauze for wound care.The chips can be used for a range of applications, from allowing access to properties to logging into computers or even starting motor vehicles.

NewFusion is not the first company to offer RFID implants to its staff.In 2015, a Swedish company implanted microchips in its staff which allowed them to use the photocopier, open security doors and even pay for their lunch.  According to the Chief disruption officer at the Swedish bio-hacking group 'We already interact with with technology all the time.- 'Today it's a bit messy - we need pin codes and passwords - wouldn't it be easy to just touch with your hand?'We want to be able to understand this technology before big corporates and big government come to us and say everyone should get chipped - the tax authority chip, the Google or Facebook chip.'

Interesting ?or fearsome !!

With regards – S. Sampathkumar

20th Feb 2017.

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