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    Microchipping.

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    Would you ever microchip your child? If it was available that you could have your child microchipped with a chip under their skin that said their location, name, and medical info (ex: diabetic, allergic to morphine), would you?
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    DH and I were discussing this the other day, and I can definately see the pros of having it done. The main con would be that when the child comes of age, unless the chip is disabled, privacy could be an issue.

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    I don't think so.. It could be used for bad things in the wrong hands.
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    Heck yes, I would do that, and I would get one for myself as well.
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    Um. Not no, but hell no.
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    I think if I ever had children, and it was something you could do..... I would.

    There are too many weirdos out there, and if something were to happen to my child I know at least I would be able to track where they were if they were missing.

    But, I do agree. This might be a bad thing if it got into the wrong hands.

    I also think its a good idea for the elderly........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caimbrie View Post
    I don't think so.. It could be used for bad things in the wrong hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MelissaMc424 View Post
    DH and I were discussing this the other day, and I can definately see the pros of having it done. The main con would be that when the child comes of age, unless the chip is disabled, privacy could be an issue.

    So ideally then, the chip would have a function where tracking could be turned off when the child becomes an adult, and then it would strictly be medical records.

    In the future, portability and availability of personal medical information will be very important.
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