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Implantable Identifiers Imagine our children can be tracked by you anytime and anywhere. Will you feel convenient or afraid? Parents implant computer chips into children which can prevent children get lost. For parents they can make sure their children always under their control. However, I think the risks outweigh the benefits. if someone hack your children’s chip, he can master your children’s information in order to master your information. Also, if computer chips contain virus, it could be so dangerous. According to University of Reading, a researcher implanted a computer chip with virus into his arm. The research shows the virus can through his chip into his personal computer, and he could not control this situation. (The New York Times, 2010)
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