An employee of the New York City Parks Department uses a palm scanner as he arrives for work.  City officials believe they will save $60 million every year by using biometric technology over paper time sheets.  Some workers, however, are skeptical and suspicious.
An employee of the New York City Parks Department uses a palm scanner as he arrives for work. City officials believe they will save $60 million every year by using biometric technology over paper time sheets. Some workers, however, are skeptical and suspicious. AP
An employee of the New York City Parks Department uses a palm scanner as he arrives for work. City officials believe they will save $60 million every year by using biometric technology over paper time sheets. Some workers, however, are skeptical and suspicious. AP

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