Animals, of course, have no say in whether they "get chipped," as the promoters of the technology call the simple insertion process. But no device maker has yet been able to create a market for human implantable tags like VeriChip, which are the size of a grain of rice and are inserted just under the skin of the arm or hand with a syringe.
Q : Is "have no say in" an idiom? But I can't find it in a dictionary. It refers to "say", doesn't it? When it comes to a structure, "as the..process" modifies the sentence "Animals..chipped", doesn't it?
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