If you could purchase items from stores with your fingerprint, would you?
Asked at Borders, Books, Music and Cafe on December 27, 2002
“No, I wouldn’t because it’s another means for the government or corporations to track you or target you as a consumer.”
“Probably not. More than likely it’s because it’s too personal of a thing. It’s something that would give away too much information; it would be too handy.”
“No. It seems kind of impersonal. The one-on-one service you get can’t be beat. The smiles and the remarks, the best wishes, they can’t be made with a fingerprint.”
“If it happened, I guess. It’s just another way to pay. It’d probably be bad for my bank account. If I have my checkbook, I tend to spend more.”