Be our Guest? Disney World Fingerprinting Guests -- Required to Enter the Magic Kingdom. Info tied to hotel resort key, credit card, personal information. (VIDEO BELOW of Fingerprinting Machine in Action)
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
Oh wait, One Card! The idea is great. You check into a Disney Resort like the Grand Floridian. They give you one Disney World card -- from there, it's your key to the (Magic) Kingdom. You don't need keys, a credit card, money or anything. This card is your access to everything Disney. From meals to shopping, entering all the theme parks, to opening your hotel room, you use just ONE CARD... This card is tied to your personal information, name, address, your credit card, everything. Also, it addes your fingerprint to your "Disney Profile."
Before you enter a theme park, you enter your CARD into a machine, then your fingerprint is scanned. If your fingerprint and Card are connected in the database, you can enter. If you enter the card, then someone else gets their fingerprint scanned -- you are not allowed to enter the theme park. The reason behind this, people who pass their Cards on to someone else. Let's say two couples are going to Disney World -- but only purchase theme park entery for one couple. While one couple enjoys drinks by the pool, the other couple entering the park. Later that night, the couple swap the cards again -- the people who hung out at the pool go to the Magic Kingdom at Night. Does this happen? I guess. Privacy should be more important. Here's the video of the fingerprint machine in action, this is at the gates of Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney Hollywood Studios (formally MGM), and Animal Kingdom.