A Wisconsin Company Is Implanting Microchips in Its Employees’ Fingers

July 25, 2017

(Quartz) – Three Square Market is believed to be the first US company to offer embedded chips to employees. But over the last decade, the office has become a target market for all sorts of gadgets and software that some might call Orwellian technology. Companies make badges that collect anonymized data about how employees communicate, light bulbs that track office movements, and software that keeps tabs on who is likely to be looking for a job.

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