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An implanted chip could give women the power to wirelessly control their own fertility, bringing contraception to millions of women in developing countries and reducing infant mortality and poverty along the way.

The idea of wireless control over an implant, however, brings with it concerns about security and reliability. While any connected device has the potential to be hacked, the team developing the chip has created numerous safeguards to address security concerns.

http://mashable.com/2014/07/10/wireless-birth-control/