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Tech company announced plans to microchip employees

Tech company announced plans to microchip employees

A tech company in the US is becoming one of the first in the world to microchip its employees, it has been revealed. The chips will enable staff members to pay for food and drink in the company’s break room, open doors, login to computers and use the photocopier. Three Square Market, which designs software for break rooms, said that[Read More...]

Man convicted over Facebook like

Man convicted over Facebook like

A court has convicted a man for merely ‘liking’ a Facebook post, it has been reported. In the first case of its kind in Switzerland, the 45-year-old unnamed defendant from Zurich was found guilty after he ‘liked’ several posts on Facebook accusing Erwin Kessler, the president of an animal rights group, of racism and anti-Semitism. A discussion over which animal[Read More...]

Transhumanist Zoltan Istvan

Brits line up to be microchipped

A growing number of people in the UK are getting microchipped, according to new findings. The BBC recently featured video stories from a number of people – some of them from Leeds – who call themselves “bio-hackers”. One lady known only as ‘Holly’ said she had a microchip implanted in her hand, which goes into her Facebook Art Page to[Read More...]

Zara Beattie was once a promising football player. She is now in a wheelchair, following a vaccination. Her parent's say the jab caused her illness.

Parent’s of teen left permanently disabled claim HPV vaccine was the cause of her illness

A teenager from Cumbria has been left permanently disabled and “feeling like an 80 year old” after having the HPV vaccine, it has been reported. Zara Beattie, 13, from Wigan was once a promising football and netball player. However, she began began struggling for breath in a PE lesson in January last year soon after having the vaccine. Initially, her[Read More...]

Police officer investigated after admitting to faking evidence to frame a suspect

Police officer investigated after admitting to faking evidence to frame a suspect

A US police officer has admitted to faking evidence in a “drug bust” after an arrest to frame a suspect. Officer Seth Jenson is being investigated after he “recreated” a video that supposedly depicted an elaborate firearms and drugs bust. In November last year, Joseph Cajar’s car was pulled over and searched by Officer Seth Jensen. According to police, Jenson[Read More...]