I sincerely hope that this time they won't repeat the same story.
I work for a Korean MNC and they have this mandatory requirement that I should have a medical check-up before joining the company. This has to be repeated every year and the report goes to the company (HR). If I can allow a Korean company to have control over my bio samples, and allow senseless HR (from my own country) to peep into all those information, what is the harm in giving the photos and fingerprint to my government.
How many of you use biometric authentication in your offices and really trust all those software installed on the system and the sys admins who deal with your bio-ids?
These animals are not people. They are food.
This guy should be sentenced to live with cannibals. Then he will have an idea about how/what 'food' feels.
This may be a real bug and might have come from some wrong/incomplete understanding that existed 20 years back. But somehow I can get the above question out of my mind...