Sep 082010
 
 September 8, 2010  Posted by  Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Jana Winter reports:

An Iowa school district’s lunch program asks children as young as 5 years old to memorize a four-digit PIN code so it can monitor what they eat in the school cafeteria — prompting some parents to claim it’s an unhealthy case of “Big Brother.”

The Ankeny Community School District is maintaining a database that records what the kids buy to eat and then checks their food choices against national nutrition guidelines.

Read more on Fox News.

Baa Baa.

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