FINGER VEIN VENDING MACHINES AND A GLOBAL BIOMETRIC POLICE DATABASE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


FINGER VEIN VENDING MACHINES AND A GLOBAL BIOMETRIC POLICE DATABASE

Gone are the days when you could use a "slug" to purchase a can of soda, because today's vending machines will know who you are and your criminal record before you purchase an item.

American Green Vending Machine (AGM) uses finger vein readers to identify each customer.

"The American Green Smart System is an age verification system that allows the opportunity of merchandising and selling age restricted products. American Green’s technology interface is one of a kind and does some pretty cool things such as vein verification biometrics."

Customers must register their personal biometrics and information with AGM before they are allowed to purchase anything.

What makes this story so disturbing, is corporate America's rush to put biometric scanners everywhere.

Imagine in the not too distant future, your new car using a built-in TSA biometric scanner to identify you and your family before you even enter a sports stadium.

But what if you don't drive? That is fine, the TSA has figured out a way to identify you.

Imagine you and your family decide not to take your car to the sports stadium and decide to walk up to an entry gate. Not to worry CLEAR biometrics has installed TSA biometric scanners their too.

Spying on people purchasing age restricted products is big business and AGM and CLEAR are pulling out all the stops to get your personal information.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am sure that there is a database on all of us right now, but I have to wonder; at what point will these databases start to link up, and deny us access to the simplest, most innocent things we may want to buy?

Because I think that this will be happening sooner rather than later.

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