A Swedish startup, Epicenteris, is implanting chips in its employees.  This is currently done on a voluntary basis.  But the possibilities are exciting and terrifying at the same time.   

The current chip version allows employees to open doors, gain access to company computer systems and also purchase smoothies.  This chip does not have GPS capabilities, but it would seem like a natural extension.  

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Microchipping Employees

This may be a case were the technology far outstrips legal doctrine.  If you think that this is a good idea, make sure you check with your attorney first.
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