Feb 252015
 February 25, 2015  Posted by  U.S., Workplace

CBS reports:

San Francisco city employees working at the de Young and Legion of Honor museums rallied at City Hall Tuesday to protest use of their thumbprints in biometric authorization, voicing concerns that a cyber hack could irretrievably comprise their personal information.

Many city workers at San Francisco museums, represented by Service Employees International Union Local 1021, have said that they don’t want their thumbprints given to a third-party contractor to be used in clocking and out of work, as it could make their private information more vulnerable to cyber hacking.

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