Over 1,000 Swedes have microchips implants under their skin, containing personal passwords, their health details, and their professional identity, Sverige Radio reports.

The chip-wearing so-described "bio-hackers" appear to be at ease with the idea of an electronic extension of their body, along with the lines of science fiction cyborgs.

In 2014 there were 100 people that described themselves as "bio-hackers" in Sweden, that is, people claiming to take control over their biological system....

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