Aug 172013
 August 17, 2013  Surveillance

Francesca Trianni reports:

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Friday that fingerprint technology should be used to admit residents to city-run housing projects as a way of increasing security.

“What we really should have is fingerprinting to get in,” Bloomberg said while speaking on WOR-AM radio about ways to improve safety in public housing. “We’ve just gotta find some ways to keep bringing crime down there.”

Read more on Reuters.

I’d comment on his proposal but I’m too busy spluttering.

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