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“Biometric Technology includes traits and features that make you, you. It goes as far as your DNA, that is, the genetic information from which your physiological and psychological traits were created.” I smiled like I understood all this, but I did not say anything, hoping that he would explain further.
“I’m not going to bore you with technical details like ‘False Match Rates’ and ‘Adaptive Biometric Systems’, but I will tell you this much. As a staff of our client, we understand the need for accuracy in gathering information to enable us insure each and every one of you under coverage that is tailor made for your age, medical history and current lifestyle.
You see, in the past we have had issues with clients filling out their biodata forms and giving us a lot of false information. This has resulted in a lot of fraudulent claims and even cases improper and incomplete coverage. The use of modern Biometric Technology ensures that we accurately capture your current state of health, as well as detect warning signs of possible future illness or recurring family medical conditions.”
I thought about this for a few minutes as the lab coat guy went about taking samples of my blood and saliva and then giving me a tiny bottle to pee in. while I did my business, I grudgingly admitted that biometric technology could actually help us company staff know if we are in the best shape, or if we needed to seek a second opinion.
Yes we all lied about our alcohol and tobacco consumption, and I know that my colleague Femi would never admit on an insurance form that he liked to visit the beach regularly and have unprotected sex with the prostitutes that frequented the waterfront at night (even though he had a wife and two kids at home), so this might actually be a welcome development for us.
However I was worried about the intrusive nature of this technology. I myself had nothing to hide – since I can’t swim and so I stay well away from the beach…so to speak – but isn’t it wrong for total strangers to gather such personal information about me just because I want comprehensive insurance? .
There was a moral angle to this that I couldn’t quite put my finger on. I mean, my family history could be laid bare upon examination of my DNA! I was the one being insured, not my folks, and I did not think it was really fair to them.
Yes, Nigeria was a developing nation, but such a leap in science should be discussed at length and approved by the Senate before insurance companies could use them. The good thing about Biometric Technology was that the examination was soon over, and all I had to fill out was a single page form…as opposed to the eight page, small print ones we used to fill out in the past.
A few days later I received a message from the insurance company: my exam showed no lingering illness or dangerous lifestyle. I was fully insured for the following year. But then again…are Nigerians ready to be insured using Biometric Technology?