Implanted Microchip a Hedge Against Kidnappers in Mexico

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One hundred seventy law enforcers in Mexico have been implanted with a microchip the size of a grain of rice that allows them to access a high-level crime database and, they hope, track them if they’re kidnapped, reports the Christian Science Monitor. The implanted cops are not exactly cyborgs, but the first-of-its-kind step shows the
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