Biometric Surveillance in Schools

by on June 7, 2012 in Features, Surveillance

This paper details the extent of biometric surveillance technology in schools as the state was in 2009. Finger-printing devices for library systems, dinner queues and registration are wide-spread. The (now defunct) quango BECTA (concerned to promote technology in education) chillingly welcomed all this as being more ”efficient”.

Biometric Surveillance in Schools

Pub: March 2009 (original publication date)

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