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Lee Tien, senior staff attorney for the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation — which works to protect consumer and privacy rights in the electronic age — said making kids give their fingerprints to get on a bus seemed like “overkill” and something of an invasion of privacy.
“For lack of a better word,” Tien said, “it is creepy to contemplate a plan that involves fingerprinting all the kids in a school.”

Monday, August 6, 2012
Palm Beach Post

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