Oh no! Big Brother is here!
Some Swedish workers are volunteering to have chips implanted in their hands to allow them to unlock doors, to enter the office or gym without a key.
Microchips are making life more convenient for thousands of Swedes, but data protectionists are worried that the digital implants could be misused by state or private interests. Some users enjoy not needing keys to unlock their doors.
The rise of biotechnology means that for more people even the most cutting-edge smartphones are becoming out of date.