Scanning kids in school
Adults may object to having their finger prints or iris scanned by a law enforcement or government entity, but kids don't know better. So why not get the info from them? Puyallup School District in Washington State plans to put palm scanning devices in all of its lunch rooms to allow students to pay for their lunch with a wave of a hand. Needless to say, their parents are furious.
Other schools, from elementary to university, are using iris scans as a replacement for traditional identification cards. There are several companies in this business, including Eyelock, BlinkSpot and Iris ID.