Three Square Market — a developer of software used in vending machines — is offering all of its employees the option to get a microchip implanted between the thumb and forefinger. It’s quick, painless and the company will even pick up the $300 fee. And don’t worry — there’s no GPS tracking capability … yet.
"A Wisconsin Company Offers to Implant Remote-Control Microchips in Its Employees" is from the July 24, 2017 Digger section of The Washington Post. It was written by Gene Marks and narrated by Sam Scholl.