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February 14, 2006

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Carlos Leyva

I am surprised that the military is not the "first mover" here. My brother-in-law is a Major in the U.S. Army and we had this discussion over the holidays. Of course they might be doing it and it is highly classified, but there are obvious reasons why the military would want to do it, especially in battlefield situations where you would like to be able to track all "friend-lees.".

However, one obvious drawback that the good Major was quick to point out is that if the enemy found out (and you would have to assume that they would) then they might be tempted to "cut them out." Not a very appealing scenario.

Your point is well taken, highly dangerous is the hands of wives and for that reason alone I think that embedded chips should be completely banned!

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