The Orange County Register reports that a plan to use finger-scanning technology at University High School to increase the efficiency of both lunch lines and record keeping has been scrapped by the Irvine Unified School Districts owing to parent complaints. The school intended to use the technology to make it easier for students to purchase lunch, check out books from the library, and for teachers to easily record attendance. Assistant principal Chuck Keith proposed the idea because he thought that the system could have many uses. However, Parent Ted Faison had concerns about both the legality and constitutionality of fingerprinting students for the program. Faison says “I did not want my daughter being fingerprinted. I didn’t want any of the students being fingerprinted. Students are not criminals.” As a result of his concerns, the school put the project on hold…