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Mass chip implantation

Countries that form communities and unions (such as the remains of the European Union), will try to solve the problem of illegal migrants through labeling legal citizens and taking control over the movement of people in public places. This will reduce the number of crimes committed in public places, but will create clandestine camp areas inhabited by such migrants. Also there will be black market of stolen and forged labels that people will learn to hand over.

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виктория Слишком неоднозначное предложение. Это полное посягательство на свободу человека и тотальный контроль. Надеюсь люди будут более благоразумны. 17 May 2019
Dominic N Knecht I agree with Martin Stevens 19 Apr 2019
Martin Stevens I think there will be a public backlash against the idea of such control and marking. 06 Feb 2019
Derek Balke Unfortunately with the rise in applications of surveillance and implantable technologies and government willingness to implement them, this seems like a near certainty if current trends continue. However, I think that 2050 is optimistic that it would take that long, I think this could become a reality far sooner. I really hope that such a future does not come to pass as it practically ensures that even well intentioned governments will trend toward Orwellian authoritarianism and the impact to civil rights will be devastating without proper considerations and safeguards. Not to mention the possibility that this information can be hacked and used to nefarious ends by criminal and terrorist organizations to single out targets for blackmail/intimidation among other things. I hope that if a system like this is ever implemented that it has very limited information on individuals, is highly encrypted (perhaps quantum encryption?) so that only the cognizant authorities may have access, and that such authorities are subject to extensive legislative and judicial oversight to ensure that such information is not used in such a way as to limit personal privacy and liberty. 06 Feb 2019
EL JC i consider this appropiate. However, the migrating system should be more flexible with people when they travel to another country for personal security purposes 06 Feb 2019
JoJO Truth is, given the state of Europe's major migration problems today, this prediction is not that far off the truth to be honest.. 06 Feb 2019