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Chip Implanted in Mexico Judicial Workers
Jul 14, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 14, 2004—According to Antonio Aceves, general director of the Mexican distributor of the RFID chips that were recently implanted in the country's attorney general and other high level officials, "chipping" might become a trend throughout the highest levels of the Mexican government, even reaching President Vincente Fox himself. The idea is to improve authentication procedures at an anti-crime information center, where corrupt government officials often breach security.
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