The International Labor Organization estimates that every year 20.9 million people become victims of trafficking and 4.5 million people are forced to prostitute. More recently, traffickers use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chips to mark their "slaves."
One year ago, she sensed the case of a 28-year-old woman who entered a hospital and told her doctors that she had a tracking device implanted in her. The doctors did not believe it initially, but they yielded to the young man's insistence and made an x-ray. On the right side of the body, they found an RFID chip slightly larger than a grain of rice. Such devices are used to mark pets such as cats and dogs.
To the point of GPS tracking, RFID chips can not be tracked from a long distance, but only detected at close range. It is not known, so exactly why the dealer implanted his chip