Identity checks on pupils' eyes

10th January 2003 at 00:00
RETINAL scanning will be used to check the identity of pupils at a new Sunderland secondary school when they buy lunch or borrow books. The advanced eye-recognition technology will be introduced at the Venerable Bede Church of England school in Ryhope when its pound;14.5 million building opens in September.

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