Convenience can be silly

When a microchip was first implanted into a human back in 1998, most people thought that civilisation reached its peak. Today when subcutaneous microchips allow us to pay, to unlock our houses, or to monitor our health, it seems that a perfect world is just round the corner. Only few discern the simple truth that human nature is such that it will take advantage of this technology for criminal purposes.

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