Thousands of people in Sweden are embedding microchips under their skin to replace ID cards


Thousands of Swedes are having microchips implanted into their bodies so that they don’t need to carry key cards, IDs, and even train tickets.

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About 3,000 people in Sweden have inserted a microchip — which is as tiny as a grain of rice — under their skin over the past three years, Agence France-Presse reported.

The technology was first used in the country in 2015.

The implants have already helped replace the…

Ulrika Celsing’s microchip, which is…

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