Your Body is no Longer Yours: Australia Has Become the First Country to Microchip its Citizens

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Australia (known as a Land Down Under) has become the first country to begin microchipping its citizens, even though NBC News predicted recently that, by 2017, the USA citizens would all be microchipped.

According to CBS this microchipping plan in Australia started in 2010 and was related to the healthcare system. A clever propaganda campaign was made that equates RFID microchipping with becoming superhuman.

It sounds like science fiction, but hundreds of Australians decided to turn themselves into super-humans who can unlock doors, log into computers and turn on lights with a wave of the hand.

One of those who volunteered in microchipping is an Australian woman, Shanti Korporaal, from Sydney, who is at the center of a controversy after having implants inserted in both hands. She explained to media ( that with this procedure everyone will set up his/her life and will never have to worry about any passwords or PINs.

The idea of microchip implants is to give a unique identifier, so this implant can be used to transfer personal information to smartphones and other personal devices, get into locked doors, but also allows to be tracked everywhere by your government and any other institutions.

Carrying cards around for transferring personal and financial data to massive databases and smartphones can be bored, so instead, by microchipping you don’t have to take a smartphone with you, or at a minimum, you can protect your information. If you must carry cards with you, there should be devices you can use to essentially shield them from ID tracking devices and thieves.

When you put a tracking device under your skin, the only way you can remove it is to have a surgery or hack off your limb.

Would authorities actually track you for no reason?

Some departments are ignoring the law and the tracking takes place without a warrant, while others use varying legal standards, such as a warrant or a less-strict subpoena.

This practice of tracking has continued and, for example, in July this year, the Boston Globe reported that the city’s police department had used a controversial cellphone technology over the past seven years without once obtaining a search warrant.

Also, the problem which occurs about the microchipping is hacking and identity theft. In the Even though the idea of microchipping is sharing medical information and allowing doctors and hospitals to have access to your identity and medical record, they can be a top target of hackers and identity thieves. Why?

In fact, this information is the most desirable by cyber thieves because data contained in health records – prescriptions, addresses, Social Security numbers, etc., which are much more permanent than, for instance, financial data, because it can be changed once a hack has been detected.

We can conclude that the privacy in a digital world today comes at a top as it is. Everyone should be aware that his/her retinas and even wallets are scanned, their online data is hacked and their movements are already being tracked by private corporations or by the government. The aim at the moment should diminish those methods, even though it’s very demanding to mitigate personal tracking if you are microchipped.

The point is, by allowing the government to track you 24/7/365, it can control you completely.

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