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ID, wallet, keys all in your hand: Sweden moves into the future with microchipping

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Imagine carrying just about everything you need beneath the surface of your hand - your wallet, keys and ID, all in a microchip. That’s reality in Sweden, as some early-adopters implant the tiny devices beneath their skin.