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CBS Evening News for Friday, May 05, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(San Diego, California: David Browning) Microchip with computer code implanted beneath skin reported new way to identification pets; details given, scenes shown. [Veterinarian Janet O'CONNOR - says implantation is painless.] [Infopet spokesperson Ed BURNELL - explains identification process.] Other uses of identification technique listed; scenes shown. [University of Southern California professor Jack NILLES - says people could be implanted so that the government could monitor their movements.] [Probation ofr. Anne ROYER-HIRSCH - comments on home security device.] [Convicted drunk DRIVER - comments on wearing identification device at home.]

Browning, David;
Rather, Dan

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