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Comment by Ross Wolf
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The embedded chip project was focused on ensuring patients took drugs

at the right time and got the dose they needed. For some patients this appears a good idea, but one can also consider how governments could use embedded chips to both monitor medications and to control a large  populations. For example, often a condition of probation is that the court orders persons on probation to take medication that psychologically control their thinking and behavior. The former Soviet Union heavily medicated political dissidents. A corrupt government could use embedded chips to medicate, monitor and control large populations. What government isn’t corrupt, doesn’t attempt to exert political control over a population?

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