Alysha Aitken, news.com.au
Katina Michael, University of Wollongong
But University of Wollongong professor Katina Michael warned the tatts and pills could easily be tampered with and were “an invasion of bodily privacy.”
“Everyone is trying to find a solution to the password problem, but by inviting the password problem into the body or on to the body, we’re magnifying the problem,” Michael said.
“You can’t ensure that the token is free from interference from another person or an organisation. There will be a lot of counterfeit pills that cause a lot of headaches.”
She said people just need to create stronger passwords.
Alysha Aitken and Katina Michael. "Pop password pill, or simply stick it" mX Jun. 2013.