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Swedish office staff offered implants to access facilities

Staff at a hi-tech office block in Sweden are being offered microchip implants under the skin to help speed up simple office tasks.

Staff with a chip can open doors, pick up photocopies and even buy food from the cafe, all with a wave of the wrist.

But not everyone is happy to carry a chip under their skin.

Rory Cellan-Jones reports.

  • 29 Jan 2015
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