This is a great piece of technology and there is a lot of research behind it.
But there is no research showing that this will work in real-world situations, and the problem is the government is not doing any testing of the tech in its testing facilities.
In fact, a federal agency recently banned its employees from using this tech.
There are other problems with the biometric scanner.
The U.S. National Security Agency has developed a biometric sensor that can detect explosives, but this is not the most reliable way to do this, and a more advanced version could also be used to detect terrorists.
Another problem is that biometrical scanners are generally too bulky and require a lot more computing power to scan than fingerprint scanners, which are relatively simple.
The problem also affects the ability to track down a terrorist in the first place.
In most instances, terrorists will be able to get into the homes of unsuspecting victims using their fingerprints.
The problem with biometrically scanned fingerprint scanners is that the technology is expensive and can be unreliable.
This is particularly true for criminals who use the technology for criminal purposes.
The technology has the potential to disrupt our economy, but there are still significant barriers to adoption.