The argument that resonated most with me was the "Luddite Argument" because of how ridiculous it seemed. One of the major arguments in the section was about bio-metric information and it being stolen, they used the example of having your eye pattern stolen by criminals. That would do  almost nothing, a bio-metric eye scanner looks at certain points in your eye and matches them, like how identifying finger prints work. A criminal with these points would not be able to do anything, the technology doesn't exist yet to recreate an eye, and even if it did, these points would not be enough by themselves. 

I believe the people trying to argue against this new technology, are the people who don't fully understand what it can do. Perhaps they watched to many sci-fi movies where "super criminals" hack into the poorly designed software and wreak havoc.
 





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