September 26, 2005

Prisoners unpick hi-tech lock system

Ahh 'infalible' biometrics. This is a system that did most of the correct things, it involved something that the Prison Officers knew (a pin number) and something that they were (a biometric fingerprint). Yet biometric locks allowed high-security prisoners unlock it at will, and wander around the goal settling old scores. The solution? Go back ot big old fasioned keys. And somehow 'infalible' biometrics are the perfect solution to all identity problems and will solve everything turning the bloated beamoth of beauracracy into a streamlined and eficient service at the publics beck an call. Right.


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