Biohacking

If you could replace your car keys, website login data, credit cards and bus passes with a chip embedded under your skin, would you?

This is a question addressed this week at the Kaspersky Labs Security Analyst Summit by biohacker Hannes Sjoblad from BioNyfiken. A pioneer in what has been deemed ‘biohacking,” Sjoblad is the leader of a group of biohackers in Sweden who took the first step in experimenting with embedded NFC chips — by having them implanted into their own hands.

You can read much more in an article by Charlie Osborne in the ZDNet web site at http://goo.gl/AZEdr6.

One thought on “Biohacking

  1. One of the funniest replies I have received in a long time was for the question, “If you could replace your car keys, website login data, credit cards and bus passes with a chip embedded under your skin, would you?”

    The answer was, “Absolutely not! Have you ever seen the Blue Screen of Death?”

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