Saturday, July 16, 2005

Finger Scanning At Disney Parks Causes Concern - News - Finger Scanning At Disney Parks Causes Concern
he addition of finger scanning technology at the entrances of Walt Disney World theme parks for all visitors has caused concern among privacy advocates, according to a Local 6 News report.
Tourists visiting Disney theme parks in Central Florida must now provide their index and middle fingers to be scanned before entering the front gates.
The scans were formerly for season pass holders but now everyone must provide their fingers, Local 6 News reported. They have reportedly been phased in for all ticket holders during the past six months, according to a report.
Disney officials said the scans help keep track of who is using legitimate tickets, Local 6 News reported.

Woah. This give anyone else the creeps? Must just be us conspiracy nuts that are getting the heebie-jeebies.


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