Sep 142014
 
 September 14, 2014  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

The Express & Star reports:

Pupils will have their fingerprints taken at their £20,000 high-tech new school canteen in a bid to reduce queues and monitor pupils’ diets.

Redhill School in Stourbridge will bring in the controversial technology as part of a plan to implement a cashless system throughout the school.

The system requires pupils to press a finger against a machine which converts the print into biometric data.

This can then be used to identify individual pupils accounts.

The 1,200-pupil school in Junction Road detailed its plans in a letter to parents last month.

Read more on The Express & Star.

via @PrivacyDigest

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.