Analysis: There's that phony x-ray again! (Note, by the way, that the image shows someone's left hand, not the right.)
We're supposed to be quaking with fear right now, the obvious implication being that microchip implants constitute the "Mark of the Beast" prophesied in the Bible.
However, as I just pointed out, the type of biochip being touted for identification purposes is supposed to be implanted in the subject's upper arm, not in their hand or forehead.
Moreover, many Biblical scholars take exception to such literal, current events-based interpretations of New Testament prophecy. For centuries folks have been pinning the "antichrist" label on contemporary personages and decrying new technologies as examples of "the Mark of the Beast" (e.g., it was supermarket bar codes, supposedly, before biochips came along), when, in fact, reputable scholars believe these Biblical references were meant to apply to the Roman Emperor of the time ("the Beast") and his imperial seal ("the Mark of the Beast").
These are matters upon which Christians of various stripes have long sincerely disagreed.