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States Law regarding Microchipping Human

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The ability to microchip people for unique positive identification, and for tracking and monitoring applications is becoming increasingly scrutinized by the legal profession, civil libertarians, politicians in positions of power, human rights advocates, and last but not least, citizens across jurisdictions. The United States is among the few nations internationally, that have moved to enact state-level legislation, regarding the microchipping of people in a variety of contexts. This paper provides an overview of nine state laws/bills in the United States of America that have either enacted anti-chipping legislation or have recently proposed bills regarding the enforced chipping of persons.



Neurorights Alternative - Submission UN Human Rights Commission

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At the core of neurotechnologies are brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).4 BCIs are devices which connect an individual’s brain to a computer or device (e.g. a smartphone) external to the human body. BCIs facilitate bi-directional communication between the brain and an external device – either transmitting brain data or possibly altering brain activity. Neurotechnologies raise profound human rights problems which may require the international community to rethink its very approach to modern human rights.



Public cautious about enhancing cognitive function using computer chip implants in the brain

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The idea of computer chip implants in the brain may seem futuristic to some, but this development could be widely available in the years to come. At this early stage of development, Americans are generally negative toward the idea of widespread use of computer chip implants in the brain to enhance cognitive function, and few say they would want this for themselves.




CIA MK ULTRA - Supreme Court Document

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