Microchip implants are being used to monitor children, convicts, pets, Alzheimer’s patients, and others. Back in 2002 several volunteers had a radio frequency identification (RFID) “VeriChips” inserted under the skin of their arms.
American companies are reportedly working on developing a GPS-enabled chip to track individuals, which could potentially locate a person’s position, speed and direction.
A 37-year-old mother said a “human chip” is the only answer to keep track of her 15-year-old daughter, who has often skipped school without her school noticing. Her daughter and three friends were left dangling in mid-air in after one of them drove a friends car up a stay wire of an electricity pole. They had to climb out of the car while it balanced on the wire.