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Travis Smith, a security researcher at Tripwire, a Portland-based security company, says the technology is very safe. "It would be very difficult to reuse this if not impossible," said Smith. He says using biometric data as a security tool is safer than a pin or password and exposing kids to this type of security may be better in the long run. "Going forward, being a digital citizen and trying to secure yourself online, figuring out a way to move beyond passwords is ideal," Smith said.
In FY 2011, federal spending totaled $10.1 billion for the National School Lunch Program.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: seeker11
schools usually can only act in certain matters without parental consent in the case of an emergency.
You never gave permission, the child is a minor, ask for the data back, threaten law suit and commensurate damages!!!!