Yikes – Wisconsin Company First In Nation To Offer Microchip Implants To Employees…

Well, this is all kinds of creepy when carried out to its logical and unintended consequences.   Would you allow yourself to have a microchip installed in your hand?

(Via Fox Business) A Wisconsin tech company says they are about to become the first business in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to its employees.

Three Square Market (32M), a River Falls-based software design company, says starting August 1st, it will be offering microchips to all their employees. The chips will be implanted underneath the skin between the thumb and forefinger, which will allow employees to pay for food and drinks in the company’s break room, open security doors, and login into their computers without any special cards—or passwords.

“Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.,” Todd Westby, 32M CEO said in a company press release.

The technology the company is using is called RFID or (Radio-Frequency Identification) that uses electromagnetic fields to identify electronically-stored information. The chips will also use near-field communications (NFC), the same type of technology that is used in most contactless credit cards and mobile payments. Westby says these microchips have already become very popular in many European markets around the world and they want to be ahead of the curve in bringing it to the U.S. (read more)

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357 Responses to Yikes – Wisconsin Company First In Nation To Offer Microchip Implants To Employees…

  1. DebbieUK says:

    They expect people to volunteer for this? I bet some will. Madness.

    Liked by 10 people

  2. DeplorablePatriotInCa says:

    Only an idiot or a sheep (literally and figuratively) would allow themselves to have a chip implanted in them.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. millwright says:

    I can see where this sort of “invisible ID” could be useful, but only if it was covert ! For me, the “issue” isn’t what we’re told the chip does, but what else is it capable of ? And who else can use it to their advantage ? I agree they pose (possible ) downstream medical issues as well, but that may be an “upside” for us older folks as a chip could serve as a key for ER Services to unlock critical medical history and data in an emergency. IOW, there’s “good and bad” as always, in any technology. I recall agonizing over having to create/sell a municipal drug surveillance/testing program fair to three parties.

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  4. scott467 says:

    “The chips will be implanted underneath the skin between the thumb and forefinger, which will allow employees to pay for food and drinks in the company’s break room, open security doors, and login into their computers without any special cards—or passwords.”


    For anyone who is determined to do this — against all reason and good judgment — certainly it would be better to have it done to your non-dominant hand.

    If someone decides they want access to the things you have access to, they won’t need to deceive or trick or threaten you in order to get your password.

    They can just take your hand.

    With or without the rest of you in tow… 🙂


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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      I think there are already scanners that can read these things when you are out and about, too, so I would think they would make you far more vulnerable to data theft (there are billfolds, etc. designed to prevent cards being read). The whole concept is repugnant, anyway. Europeans, who are really once again subjects rather than citizens, are of course “ahead of the curve” with this. What have they got left to lose?

      Liked by 5 people

    • Deploraboss says:

      Um.. are debit cards that much of a nuisance?

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Kathy says:

    It makes me seethe knowing how hard TPTB will push these chips. Medical professionals will be pitched first, specifically caretakers of those with dementia, Alzheimer’s, mental issues, etc. (patients likely to wander off will be easier to track and find if chipped). Emergency and rescue crews will also be shown how chips embedded with IDs and complete medical histories can eliminate some of the challenges they face in their line of work.

    But even though I can see the marketing strategy — ARGHHH — I have zero trust about a “voluntary” chip being offered today remaining a “choice” forever. So I’m gonna repeat what Sarah Palin said earlier … “Nope. Just Nope.”

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    • About 20 years ago a caretaker of a dad w/dementia asked my husband, an electrical engineer and electronics technician, whethere DH would make a coat with a trackable chip in it. My husband refused immediatel – no thinking needed. Note today, how many “upsides” are being trotted out! It’s not the upside that gets you, people, it’s the downside!


  6. scott467 says:

    “Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.,” Todd Westby, 32M CEO said in a company press release.


    What could possibly go wrong?

    He sounds like Wile E. Coyote, discussing his new matches and lighter production facility, located on the floor just below ACME Fireworks.

    Beep beep!


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  7. Keln says:

    Scary? Yes.

    Inevitable? Yes.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ned says:

      I don’t see it as inevitable. Not yet. There are still many Christians around that know their Bible and them implications of this. I would say it things don’t change after I am dead, then it might happen if Christianity declines more.


  8. rashamon says:

    Search Freescale, Rothschilds and Flight 370. Enough said. Chips galore hidden EVERYWHERE!


  9. scott467 says:

    “Westby says these microchips have already become very popular in many European markets around the world and they want to be ahead of the curve in bringing it to the U.S. ”


    Metrics is popular in Europe too.

    So is soccer.

    The powers that be have been pushing both on Americans for 40+ years, and they have gone precisely nowhere…

    Besides that, have you seen or read anything about Europe lately, that didn’t appear to be source material for the next episode of Walking Dead?

    Europe may not be not be the ‘model’ we want to emulate at this point in history…



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  10. Susan says:

    This is clearly the mark of the beast from Revelation. It dooms your immortal soul forever. Churches should be condemning it.

    Liked by 5 people

  11. The Devilbat says:

    RFID chips offer very little security. The code inside them can be read by a person using a small external chip reading device. The copied code could then be loaded into a new chip that can be used just like the one that was copied. To be effective, the chips would require the use of a rolling code. This is a code that changes each time it is read. To date, I have not heard of such technology being available. Even with rolling codes the technology would not offer a high level of security.

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    • Maquis says:

      I have RFID blocking sleeves for my credit cards, guess someone will need to start producing gloves that can do the same.



    • Kathy says:

      If that technologyis not here yet, TPTB are probably working on it. More than 10 years ago I saw a gadget which displayed “rolling” alpha-numeric codes. The device was small enough to fit on a keychain, and the codes changed continuously. Whatever code was being displayed at any moment was the password needed AT that moment to successfully log into a business network (back then, from a laptop computer).


  12. LARS says:

    You’re less likely to commit crimes when chipped, hence dems are bad candidates.


  13. scott467 says:

    The entire concept is a marketing nightmare… why would any company with pure motives even attempt to do this?

    Look at the inherent opposition for starters.

    Whether they believe God’s Word or not, it’s ridiculous to market a device like this to a nation where the majority self-identifies as Christian. No matter how you ‘interpret’ Revelation, this has BAD written ALL over it, lol!

    So there’s that.

    Next, there are all of the security issues, and the Orwellian / Big Brother issues of companies and government spying on the people implanted with such a device.

    Next, there is what I believe to be an insurmountable logic problem.

    Anything you can put in a ‘chip’ under the skin can be put on a key-fob or a bracelet or a neck-chain, etc. There is no good REASON to have it implanted under your skin, except to be ‘trendy’, to be able to say you ‘did it’.

    Could you forget your car keys, with a chip in the key-fob?

    Sure, but you wouldn’t get very far before you figured that out, and then went to look for them 🙂

    And the world isn’t going to come spinning to a stop, even if they were really ‘lost’. But actually losing your keys (or other outside-the-body device, e.g., necklace, bracelet, etc.) is a sufficiently rare occurrence, such that implanting something INSIDE YOUR BODY in order to avoid losing it is hilariously beyond overkill.

    In the final analysis (and we’re not even CLOSE to that yet, lol!), there are LOTS of reasons NOT to do this.

    And so far, I haven’t heard single good reason to do it.


    OANN just reported that 50 employees (dressed as sheep, no doubt) have ‘signed up’ for the implant.


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    • scott467 says:

      A testament to the coercive power of corporate will, group dynamics and peer-pressure.


      Liked by 2 people

    • Daniel says:

      Break up the family, the community, the church and suddenly no one knows why this is wrong.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Maquis says:

      There is a company making rings with two RFID “chips” in them. Got one to open my cell just by picking it up, didn’t work too well, then fell apart, but, it looked cool! It needs to have a method of “activating” it at your convenience, unreadable by anyone or thing when you don’t.


  14. flyingtigercomics says:

    >eventually you’ll use it to buy and sell
    >what is the Mark of the Beast

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  15. Remember this 11 years ago? Looks like their pushing this all over again.


  16. Daniel says:

    Because magic numbers are NEVER falsifiable. It’s a NUMBER. It’s replicable. The very idea that anything and everything is 100% unique is ridiculous. Imagine such a system collecting massive amounts of history being forced to wipe the slate clean after a chip goes bad or gets damaged. Oh? They could just copy the history over? So they can simply manipulate the data/evidence at will applying it to a replacement unit?

    There’s so much wrong with this it’s hard to begin. The nightmares associated with the connection between global credit scoring and social security numbers has been bad enough. And they want more of this and the people will stand for it? I suppose for most people, they have been born into it so they know nothing different. Civilization’s frog is being boiled.

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  17. jeans2nd says:

    The genetic cynic says this is just another scam to scare up more business for the trial lawyers.
    4th amendment written all over this one.


  18. Maquis says:

    What could possibly go wrong?

    Liked by 2 people

  19. MK Wood says:

    This is the mark of the beast.

    Rev 13:17
    And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

    Do not take the mark for it will condemn you to eternal damnation.

    Rev 14:9-11
    And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand,
    The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb:
    And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. unconqueredone says:

    This will eventually be presented as the solution to the voter ID issue. No chip, no vote. Easy elimination of the conservative voters as they will not accept this.

    Liked by 3 people

    • kinthenorthwest says:

      This is the most dangerous aspect of technology.
      H3LL, one wont be able to do anything without the government knowing if this becomes common usage.. This is allowing others into your most personal spaces, bedroom bathroom & ???
      You want others know when you are doing it with your partner, using the bathroom, taking a shower and hmmmm One will have no privacy if this ends up being accepted. I can see it now, babies will be implanted upon birth.

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    • scott467 says:

      “This will eventually be presented as the solution to the voter ID issue. No chip, no vote. Easy elimination of the conservative voters as they will not accept this.”


      That’s where it will get fun.

      They absolutely cannot lawfully compel anyone to implant a chip in their body, and they absolutely cannot lawfully disenfranchise a citizen by preventing him from voting.

      So they will do what they always do with any new ‘scheme’. They will make it easy to do it the way they want you to ( to vote using the implant chip), and make it harder (more hurdles and hoops to jump through) to do it the ‘old fashioned’ way.

      Not all at once of course, it will be incremental, over several election cycles.

      The older generation will resist the changes, but the powers that be will hope it has the desired effect of suppressing Conservative voter turnout. Over time, the way to do it the ‘old fashioned way’ will be continually marginalized (made more difficult), and once the older generation is gone, the information about how to do it the ‘old fashioned way’, if it is even still being published, will ‘disappear’.

      The younger generations won’t even know that the ‘old fashioned way’ still exists, unless they do their own research and figure it out for themselves.

      That’s how most of their ‘schemes’ work. They’re playing the long game.

      They can’t ‘make’ anybody to do anything, but they can certainly deceive, as well as ‘encourage’ and ‘influence’ the ‘herd’ with carrots and sticks to go in the direction they want, and once the older members of the ‘herd’ are gone, the younger members won’t be informed that there is any other way.

      It’s the same with every licensing scheme, where you waive your RIGHTS for some government benefit or privilege.

      Same with the SSN and Birth Certificate your parents obtained on your behalf.

      It’s just what everybody does, and nobody is old enough to remember WHY everybody did it in the first place, and most people never think to ask, or whether it’s even a good idea, or whether it still makes sense today. And besides that, even if someone does think to ask, the people they ask almost certainly don’t know either.

      Then they’ll steer you back to the rest of the herd, and ask for your JOHN HANCOCK on the dotted line please, they need that contract, to make sure you’re ‘in the system‘!

      That is how they get you.


      It reminds me of the story about the little girl who asked her Mother why she cut the end off of the ham that was being cooked for Christmas dinner.

      Her Mother didn’t know. That was just the way her own mother had always done it, so she told her daughter to go ask Grandma.

      Grandma didn’t know either, she said that’s how her mother, the child’s great Grandma, always did it, so she did it that way too. She told the child to go ask Great Grandma.

      So the little girl asked her Great Grandma, and Great Grandma smiled, saying “Child, we were poor, and our cooking pot wasn’t big enough to hold a full sized ham, so we had to cut off the end of it to make it fit.”


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  21. unconqueredone says:

    It will also be presented as a way to eliminate all welfare type fraud, so easy registration of on-the-dole voters to assure liberal wins.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. rashamon says:

    OK. I awoke in the middle of the night because these two feral kittens I discussed on the open thread were whining for food. While they were eating, I popped on to my one-and-only favorite site (TCTH) to find this micro-chipping story. I thought Sundance had run out of fake news, so…

    Now I wake up to find these idiots interviewed on morning shows.


    What station has replays of Captain Video? Where’s my copy of 1984? My brothers’ old Star Wars tapes?

    In the 1980s a major major healthcare insurance consortium sent me three nerds to organize their data into one network that managed Diagnostic Related Groups (DMGs) info for government reimbursement. While the various CEOs argued about which one was going to lead, I got to entertain these characters. Outside of sleeping all day and staying up all night playing games on The Internet, they craved the crappiest food. On one deep night mall trip to the local fast food shop they desired, they managed to steal all the credit card numbers entered by the multiple stores while I ran in to pick up their orders. They meant no harm with the numbers; it was just another game of who-can-top-this.

    Actually, these smart-asses were doing code for companies at the same time they were writing viruses to infect those programs — a new and ever-expanding industry. That was years ago. I.M.A.G.I.N.E.

    The music keeps on rolling.

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    • rashamon says:

      Freescale Semiconductor, a slush from Motorola, controlled by a Rothschild banker when the other patent holders died with a very weird agreement on the rights to a new chip sized to fit into the pimple on a golf ball. MH370. Boeing. CIA.

      That chip may be in the soles of your shoes, the lining of your $6000 suit, definitely in your new car…and don’t have surgery.

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  23. pluffmudgirl says:

    When my special-needs kiddo (Down) was younger, he was a “runner”. School, home or Church, If he got bored, he would quietly leave the building or hide. I was desperate for a portable GPS tracking system I could put in his shoes. He would remove watches, belts, hats and clothing and wander in his shoes and underwear. My Uncle tried to develop something to put in the kiddos’ shoes but there wasn’t a tracking support network available for the general public. (He really was a rocket scientist who worked on the development of the cruise missile systems.) I would have chipped him…but I would have ended up with DSS taking him away from me for child abuse. I certainly asked his pediatrician about it. The best I was able to do was the directional tracking collar used for hunting dogs. I sewed the box into the kiddo’s winter coat and backpack and put zip ties on the jacket zipper so he couldn’t remove it. Funny how it is now considered acceptable to chip an employee but you can’t chip children, special-needs, dementia, Alzhiemer’s or elderly people.


    • rashamon says:

      pluffmudgirl, I certainly understand your comments after taking care of foster children and elderly who need special support. But I have great problems with those who consider this chipping “innocent” given the new-found info on our government’s penchant to control anything that breathes.

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      • pluffmudgirl says:

        Rashamon, I do not consider the efforts of a corporation to chip their employees innocent. I also agree this would be a temptation for our government to gather personal data on individuals without their consent. (much like the mandatory digitalization of medical records by Obamacare regulations…think about that level of information they eagerly await) I was shaking my head in disbelief over the implied threat of removing my child from my home because I was investigating potential ways to keep track of him…having a GPS chip inserted

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  24. unconqueredone says:

    Walmart and other companies already know your personal buying habits. You put your chipped items on the belt, they are scanned (really an unnecessary step when you think about it), and you pay with a card. I’d venture YOU are attached to your purchase habits in a database unless you pay cash.

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  25. kyasgrandma says:

    The CEO of the company offering this chip was on Fox this morning.
    When asked if he was chipped, he replied, “Not yet.”
    Think he knows something we don’t?
    If this not the mark of the beast, it is certainly a precursor.
    This chipping won’t occur as long as my generation is alive…and maybe the generation behind me.
    But the younger generations are brainwashed every day by TV and movies and video games and school and even by some organizations who label themselves as churches.
    This implant will be widely accepted and welcomed when the majority in our nation have never attended a Christian church or read the Bible.
    That time is rapidly approaching.


  26. Theo West says:

    Why a microchip, when you can do fingerprint or iris scanning? And they can already do face-scanning with cameras and drones and satellites everywhere. Getting to be time for another Noah’s flood…..


  27. jefcool64 says:

    So that’s what the blue pill looks like.

    Liked by 1 person

    • scott467 says:

      The blue pills are all around us, we’re swimming in a sea of them, lol!

      It’s the red pill that’s so hard to find… even though it’s right there, right in front of us, all the time 🙂



  28. Edith Wenzel says:

    I don’t even watch Science Fiction if I can avoid it and I know the dangers. So, what is really on that microchip. It will be more than people are told. And, what is their capability to add to the chip without your knowledge? Will they end up with all your private information? Banking etc. My God they will even be part of your sex life. Oh no, end of privacy folks – wake up and tell them to ‘pound sand’. Anyone that would introduce that is after control there is absolutely no other reason. You people will become zombies. Is your life that empty that you fall for that crap. Go on line and google about the fellow who had an expert collate information on him based on his cell phone number. Which we all give out too freely. This IT detective provided him with 150 pages information on hiis life from SSN to what he owed on his mortgage, bank account numbers and balances etc etc. Do you do banking via your phone????? Once you watch it you will know what I mean. I just changed my cell number. The next time someone asks for my cell number they get a phony one.

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  29. KBR says:

    The hospital system here has a palm reading device. If you are in their computer, they can have you put your hand on the device and it will bring up all your records.

    No need for a chip.


  30. Chuck says:

    Between your thumb and forefinger will make it harder to discharge a weapon. Just sayin…


  31. Ben F Davis II says:

    Microchips are for pets! Any human who would volunteer for this is stupid, stupid, stupid.


  32. kp3ace says:

    I would like to know which European countries this is “popular” in. And how much money I can make off of those people.
    If they’re stupid enough to get an implant, I already have some information about them. Shorter life span, since radio frequency will interfere with the body’s functions.
    The possibilities for control are endless. /s


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