VIDEO: Why is GameStop Fingerprinting People Who Trade-in Used Games?
Should gamers be treated like criminals? That's what people are asking after Gamestop stores in Philadelphia started fingerprinting customers who brought in used games for trade. Done "at the request of the Philadelphia police department," it's a measure to stop thieves from using GameStop as a convenient way to fence stolen goods.
In this brief — yet lively — video, our experts discuss if getting fingerprinted is the worst thing to ever happen to gamers.
What about you, readers? Tell us what you think about being fingerprinted for a used game in the comments below.
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