Parents decry new Carroll schools palm scannerThey say system to pay for lunches is violation of privacy
Oct. 05, 2012
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Instead of paying for their lunches with crumpled dollar bills and loose change, students in Carroll County schools are having their palms scanned in a new check-out system — raising concerns from some parents that their children's privacy is being violated.