Mar 302018
 March 30, 2018  Posted by  Surveillance

When my twin sons entered George Mason University, the school had just implemented a new security system for its dining hall: Students had to submit to a retinal scan to gain entry.

At the time, it didn’t occur to me or their father—two law school graduates who’ve worked in the cutting edge world of legal journalism for more years than I’ll admit here—that there might be a privacy problem with the scanner idea.

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