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Quarter Of Germans Happy To Have Chip Implants

justice4all (1735642) writes | more than 4 years ago

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justice4all (1735642) writes "CeBit: If it means shorter lines at the supermarket, a quarter of Germans would be happy to have a chip implanted under their skin

The head of Germany’s main IT trade body told the audience at the opening ceremony of the CeBIT technology exhibition that one in four of his countrymen are happy to have a microchip inserted for ID purposes."

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Happy or still under the power of..... (1)

NSN A392-99-964-5927 (1559367) | more than 4 years ago | (#31330180)

Fuhrer. Look lets' be honest; most German's are hell bent on compliance and doing things correctly, but does that make them a superior nation? No it does not, Ah ja hitler flungen dungen ich habe eine chip ROBOCOP ghanst gut! IDIOTS falling for this scam with alterior motives and you cannot get rid of it until it is too late. It is just like ID cards http://www.no2id.net/ [no2id.net] but disguised as "PR & Spin" to con you out of your freedom, Just do not go there! Love NSN
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