Editor’s Note: Yet another way to database our children and get them used to the American police state where they have nothing private, including their biometric information. And what do you want to bet this gets fed directly into the various government agencies’ biometric databases? Millions of visitors a year… quite the honeypot of personal data. It’s surprising they even cut this off at age 3 and aren’t just scanning and databasing babies too at this point.
Children in Orlando, Florida as young as three may get a little Disney magic right at the entrance to the park, as they will now be required to have their fingers scanned, local media reports. The anti-fraud measure has been slammed as a violation of privacy on social media.
“Walt Disney World has begun requiring children from 3 to 9 years old to have their fingers scanned when they enter the theme parks, just like older kids and adults,” the Orlando Sentinel, the first to report on the measure, said.
According to the paper, this measure was introduced in order to “block the use of stolen and shared tickets.”
Previously, it was easier to transfer children’s tickets because they had no finger images attached.
The kids, however, may have some loopholes to avoid scanning. For example, parents who do not want their children’s fingers scanned can use their own instead.
— Bic Yea (@BicYea50) September 6, 2016
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