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School districts in Michigan can't use electronic fingerprinting technology to identify a child for school-related purposes, the Michigan attorney general said Dec. 12.
Attorney General Jennifer Granholm ruled that the state Child Identification and Protection Act prohibits a school district from using electronic fingerprinting technology for electronic imaging or finger scanning.
She noted the law is designed to safeguard the privacy of children and it generally prohibits governmental units from fingerprinting a
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