As reported by American ABC television, the state of Michigan passed a law prohibiting companies from attaching microchip employees.
The size reminiscent of rice grains and costing around $ 300 RFID microchips (RFID system) are implanted in employees to track their performance at work. This allows supervisors to supervise the hours spent on a given activity, track the position of an employee, as well as look for new ways to ensure even greater involvement. Microchips also often replace identifiers, input cards, and even care about security.
Although this technology is not harmful to the “carrier” in any way, it is very controversial due to the violation of privacy.
That is why Michigan, as the first US state, passed a special law prohibiting companies from attaching microchip employees. It still allows the use of such solutions, but this time it requires the appropriate consent of the employee.