Microchip Criminals

Criminals had better watch out. Plans are afoot to mark them with a number. Mal Hyde, South Australia's police commissioner, wants microchips to be implanted into habitual criminals.

Not only criminals could be "numbered". He said other sections of society could also be monitored by such technology. CCTV was once considered far too 'way out" to even be considered a possibility. Now it is commonplace.

With mobile alcohol and drug testing devices widely used by police and registration/car insurance scanning systems automatically finding offenders just about anything is possible.

If bombing at international airports continues to increase, airline travelers may have to be considered for microchipping.
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