May 162011
 
 May 16, 2011  Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Jim Forsyth reports:

The next time children in some elementary schools in the state of Texas try to sneak extra french fries onto their tray in the cafeteria line, the eye in the sky will be watching them.

Using a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the schools in San Antonio are installing sophisticated cameras in the cafeteria line and trash area that read food bar codes embedded in the food trays.

Read more on Reuters.

h/t, The Bay Citizen

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