[CS-FSLUG] Fingerprint system

David McGlone david.mcglone at att.net
Tue Oct 2 06:35:50 CDT 2007

On Monday 01 October 2007 10:56:01 pm Vincent Danen wrote:
> * David McGlone <david.mcglone at att.net> [2007-10-01 22:40:00 -0400]:
> >On Tuesday 25 September 2007 8:02:20 pm Greg Slade wrote:
> >> > Hmmm... really?  But does *my* fingerprint need to be on
> >> > the silly putty?  Or just silly putty on it's own?
> >>
> >> Sadly, the article I read didn't go into detail on how it was done,
> >> beyond the fact that they used Silly Putty. But if anybody ever hands
> >> you some Silly Putty, don't touch it. They might be up to something. :-)
> >
> >Sorry to break up the discussion and but in ;-) But I received an E-Mail
> > from the assistant superintendent of the school district and I have the
> > choice to opt my children out and have done so. The superintendent tells
> > me that no data is transferred outside the school system, but that isn't
> > what the other woman told me. Me suspicious? Ah. Nah. LaDeDaDa. :-)
> Oh fantastic!  Glad to hear it worked out for you.
> And the not transferred out of the school system is.. questionable.
> *What* school system?  That school system?  The school district?  How
> secure is their infrastructure, etc.

My mistake. I meant the school district, but was aiming to type the schools 
computer system. I live in a township and there are only 4 schools in our 
> How many dot-com sites say that your credit card doesn't get saved only
> to find later that x number of thousands of credit card numbers have
> been stolen via a clever hack?
> I don't buy the "safety" speil from those guys at all.

Neither do I. 

David M.

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