A Wisconsin company will let employees use microchip implants to buy snacks and open doors - The Verge. We are your employer, and we want to implant a microchip in your hand. Does this sound like we are from your Government, and we are here to help you? I used to think that I wanted a microchip computer in my head; but, I am rethinking. Even though this experiment is "optional", are employees who want to keep their jobs really capable of making a truly voluntary choice? Even though the NFC chips are to be used to open doors, security checks, and buying snacks at the company canteen, can they be modified to do other things? Sounds like a slippery slope to me. Of course, many people would accept these chips if they sped up the lines at the airport. How about chips that identified lawyers, staff, and court personnel at courthouses?