U.S. Company Requiring Employees to Get Microchipped with RFIDs Injected into Their Arms!
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If you thought that our being required to have RFIDs in our passports and tracking our cars was bad, a company in Cincinnati has just started requiring that their employees get microchipped.

Yes. Really.


CityWatcher.com is requiring that their employees have RFIDs injected into their arms in order to access CityWatcher’s data centers. While the company says that it is not a condition of employment, it is a condition of accessing CityWatcher.com’s datacenter, and obviously being able to .. you know, do your job, is a condition of employment. In otherwords, if your job is working in the CityWatcher datacenter, it bloody well is a condition of employment.

CityWatcher is a government contractor that provides video and other surveillance to the city of Cincinnati.

In an interview with SpyChips.com Khary Williams, a network admin with CityWatcher, indicated the two employees had the procedure done by a local doctor, and Williams was also on the “must get injected” list, and expected to be implanted soon.

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Said Liz McIntyre of SpyChips, “It worries us that a government contractor that specializes in surveillance projects would be the first to publicly incorporate this technology in the workplace.”

Added SpyChip’s Katherine Albrecht, “Once people begin ‘voluntarily’ getting chipped to perform their job duties, it won’t be long before pressure gets applied to those who refuse.”

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