posted on May, 11 2007 @ 10:14 PM
I don't think there will be a need for a chip. With biometric data, any system can access your data on a network and amend it etc. Having data
stored in a chip on your person is not necessary. Maybe it is a red herring, people will rail against it and the government will capitulate and say,
"OK we will just use biometric data", which is what they wanted from the beginning.
All current forms of ID only have a unique ID number. There is no advantage to storing data on your person. Your biometric data will be converted to
a unique ID number and then you file will be accessed through the network.