Cashless Control Grid: 25% of Australians Would Get a Chip Implanted in Them to Pay for Stuff

Just wow.
People really have learned to love their high tech servitude.
Via Business Insider Australia:
A mind-boggling 25% of Australians say they are at least ‘slightly interested’ at the prospect of having a chip implanted in their skin that could be used for payments, new research has found.
The research by credit card company Visa and the University of Technology Sydney found Australians are open to the prospect of paying for items using wearable tech including smart watches, rings, glasses and even a connected car. [emphasis added]

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on May 30th, 2015.


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