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Thousands of Swedes have microchips implanted in their bodies

A growing number of people in Sweden are getting microchips implanted to help with daily tasks and essentially replace things like IDs, train tickets and key cards. CBSN contributor and Signal newsletter writer for GZERO Media, Alex Kliment, takes explains how it works and the security concerns it raises.
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