This paper declares that the implementation of each innovative technology brings innovative advantages and opportunities, still there are certain disadvantages associated with these innovative technologies. This paper discusses the pros and cons of implanting these tiny chips into the human body. Today these chips have started to be implanted in a human body. From this study it is clear that one of the most important advantages of implanting of these tiny chips into the human body is that these chips are similar to smart cards; however, they can be accessed and read from a distance. In this scenario, a device at the receiving end can "communicate" to the chip distantly, even without having need of any physical connection, as well as read whatever data stored in it. Hence, it facilitates passport officials to get access to the information stored in the chip only by reaching within a few centimeters of that chip. This chip can be used as talking prescriptions. In this scenario, it enables people with visual disability to "interpret" the drug's cautions, name, and other associated information by making use of a battery-powered talking prescription reader. It can be used for automatic toll collection. In fact, it is the most widespread mode RFID chips are presently employed. In this scenario, this chip allows tolls to be deposited from a prepaid account when vehicles drive by. These chips can be used as prison tracking wristbands, which can let know if a prisoner has attempted to get
rid of the band transmitting a signal to a prison computer in return. The basic purpose of this chip is to store a person's medical history. Therefore, if a person is admitted into a hospital in a harshly serious situation or being unconscious, this chip can be helpful for the doctors to gain knowledge of the patient's medical history. In fact, every chip has a unique number or identifier. So microchips can be utilized to get access to the patient's medical history. One of the biggest drawbacks of RFID chips is that there are no security restrictions for accessing information stored in the chip.