The Register gets RFID for humans right

Here is the complete story, but the opening paragraph pretty much sums it up:

Mexico’s attorney general has taken the unusual step of having an “anti-kidnap” chip stuck in his arm and then making the fact public – thereby ensuring that anyone lifting señor Rafael Macedo de la Concha will be certain to remove said limb at their earliest convenience.

RFID implants in humans for security purposes are counterproductive.  As pointed out in the article the only thing they might be good for is rapid identification of the bodies.