Redhill School in Stourbridge, England, plans to use electronic fingerprinting to identify students in the lunch queue in an effort to reduce long waiting lines. Pitched as a cashless system that will save parents having to send lunch money every day, the system has the secondary use of monitoring students’ diets by recording their food choices. While some have expressed concerns about students’ civil liberties and the possible retention of data–denied by the school–where is the limit of privacy for students who share so much personal information freely on social media? Read on to take our poll on the issue.