As technology advances, most people gravitate to the latest inventions and some go to great lengths to attain them such as the new iPhone 6. What if I told you that you will no longer have to go through the hassle of carrying around credit cards, IDs, or even your car keys? What if I told you that it is now impossible for somebody to steal your identity? Now, what if I told you that you can benefit from these things and more just by implanting a small chip in your body? This microchip seems to be the future for humans. You can do any simple task by having this tiny thing surgically implanted in your body. You can do anything from unlocking your car to only having to show your hand at the register in order to purchase something. What if I told you that this one chip can save your life? You can be easily tracked down if you are in a dangerous situation anywhere around the world. Now, this is where it gets complicated. Your location can now be instantly tracked by the government and potentially any hacker of this new system. Where you just went to dinner with your family, which route you take to school, where you walk your dog, and how long you have been at all of these locations will now be known by more than just yourself. I think that this microchip can be very beneficial in cases with released prisoners or sex offenders, which are examples of people who the government would like to keep track of and also who we would want our government to keep track of. But how far is too far? Is this microchip thing something we want in our future or is it an invasion of privacy? Would you get it?
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