standard recognition chip
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The standard recognition chip is a small micro electro-organic device that is embedded at the base of a baby’s spine at birth. These chips become part of a person (hence the organic aspect), and removal is very difficult and painful. The chip contains a record of every single important document and peace of information about a person, which means that with a simple scan, government officials can know close to everything about an individual. This is also used to identify corpses.
Note that a recognition chip is highly encoded and protected. Only an official with a special device and a sample of the persons DNA can read the chip. This is because of the DNA of the person being used to encode the data. The DNA is also used to create random sequence passwords every five seconds, that are a result of genome scanning. These passwords are guaranteed to be unique for an entire lifetime, so it is incredibly difficult to access the chip without the proper device. The person bearing the chip can freely access it and see the data contained within, since it is attached to the persons brain stem, the data will be displayed to a person via eye. The data can only be viewed and not changed. An official is required to write or edit data.
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