Fingerprint scans raise worries,

"Police say taking fingerprints in the field will allow them to work more efficiently and safely. But the ACLU North Carolina in Raleigh worries that the device may allow officers to violate privacy rights."
Violate privacy concerns, GEE YA THINK... 
"Part of the danger is the idea of the government creating a database on its citizens," said Sarah Preston, policy director for ACLU North Carolina. "Citizens should be allowed some degree of privacy."
Privacy, you should not be concerned if you have nothing to hide...

Death of a thousand cuts people, Divide and conquer  and they are doing it well. This will be another tool used and abused, it always happens. IMHO this is just another ploy for more control in our everyday lives as well as more conditioning.


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