Blog: Teenagers just love chips, don't they?

Catherine Sleep | 26 October 2006

Remember me talking last week about teenagers saying they would be quite happy to have biometric chips inserted in their bodies so they didn’t need to remember PIN numbers, cards, passports etc? Strange children.

Well, if you found that hypothesis in any way intriguing, you might be interested in an in-depth article the BBC has just published on the subject. It may sound Orwellian, but it’s coming, folks, it’s coming.

Firms point to biometric future


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