- an interesting read nonetheless :
'Tis strange, but true; for truth is always strange...
(from Lord Byron's 'Don Juan', 1823)
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A school report was enough to keep me behaving well, shame it doesn't seem to work these days for many.
I agree with one of the parents, start off tracking good behaviour - slippery slope - I agree.
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Article is about covert surveillance, not microchips per se, but still on the theme of being monitored.
Will there come a day when we are all watching each other or is it just a select few who will have that power.
Who watches the watchers?
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Not quite at the level of this trial technology, there's an appalling technology/infringement of civil liberty already in place in British schools.
My Sister-in-law runs a school kitchen. They have gone onto a 'cashless' system. Children give partial thumb prints to facilitate this. No child of mine would give their bloody fingerprint to obtain a school meal.
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