Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The Surveillance Society Marches On

Probable cause or not, although some, of course, predictably think that the system could never screw up or be abused in ways to hurt them.

High schools are rushing to test students for alcohol at extracurricular events like dances and football games.

"It's increased dramatically," says Bill Judge, an Illinois attorney who advises high schools on testing. He says thousands are doing it.

High school orders for breathalyzers have risen 120% in each of the past four years, says Keith Nothacker, president of KHN Solutions, which sells the machines.

Tell me TECHNOCORRECTIONS isn’t and won’t breeze straight through.

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