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Biometric Security in UK Airports - Necessary or inflinting human rights survey

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faifai Mon 02-Feb-15 16:26:41


Im just doing my final year project on Biometric Security in UK Airports. Today we are seeing more and more of our human rights being taken away from us. But when it comes to biometrics security in aiports, do you think it is a necessary or inflicting human rights which could be used a crossed the government to implement something more sinister, ie new world order/ totalitarian /

Please can you spend 10-15mins to complete my online survey.

Thank you so much.

faifai Tue 03-Feb-15 12:23:40

Hi I have just completed your survey. Can you please return the favour. Thanks

If it wasnt in the airport and in the school. would you agree the governement taking you and your childs biometric data

faifai Sun 08-Feb-15 00:11:15

Sorry wrong link- as that one you will need to sign in.

Please can you go to this link. You will not need to sign in or leave any contact details such as email address.

Thank you

cdtaylornats Thu 19-Feb-15 13:02:42

The problem here is that flying is not a human right. If you want to fly then accept the restrictions or get a licence, buy an aircraft and bypass the scanners by flying yourself - note that this route is probably more expensive.

Twowrongsdontmakearight Fri 19-Jun-15 22:15:14

Personally don't have a problem with biometric data being used. DD's school uses fingerprints for paying for school dinners.
Passports are there to prove you are who you say you are but could be stolen and used fraudulently. I suppose using biometric data would make this harder.

FadedRed Fri 19-Jun-15 22:21:21

Happy to do your survey if you post the correct link.
While there are homicidal b*stards who think it is OK to blow up innocent strangers, then we will have to put up with whatever security measures available if we wish to fly.

Ankleswingers Fri 19-Jun-15 22:23:44

What FadedRed said with bells and whistles on

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