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Implant an RFID Tag in Your Hand

February 17, 2006

Implant an RFID Tag in Your Hand
The news this week that the CEO of a Cincinnati surveillance company implanted himself and two volunteers from his workforce with RFID tags has raised eyebrows. But, in fact, more than 20 people around the world had already embedded the $2 tags into their own bodies for fun. One of them showed a standing-room-only crowd of New York "nerds" how.