There's a quaint concept that seemingly every technology company dismisses as outdated.
It's called opting in.
Should you not be familiar with it, it's the notion that you ought to choose before, say, all the people in your address book are contacted by a company they've never heard of.
And wouldn't it be lovely to have a choice over whether your kids should have their irises scanned, as they get on their school bus?
The parents of around 750 kids in several Florida schools never got that choice -- because of what might be politely … Read more