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Kidnap-wary Mexicans get chipped
Jul 14, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 14, 2004—On the heels of last week's news that a Japanese primary school was to begin RFID-tagging its students, more "human chipping" developments come this week as Mexico's attorney general has announced that he and several senior associates have tagged themselves in an effort to thwart would-be kidnappers and enhance problematic identity authentication procedures.
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