Scanners protect World Cup Aussies: photos Summary: Fingerprint scanning gates are being used by tour group the Fanatics to control entry and exit to the Durban Cricket Ground, which has been converted into a "tent city" for around 1200 Socceroos fans during the World Cup in South Africa. By Munir Kotadia | June 23, 2010 -- 04:16 GMT (21:16 PDT) Follow @zdnetaustralia Previous | Next Image 1 of 15 (Credit: Munir Kotadia/ZDNet Australia) Six fingerprint scanners such as this one were rented by the Fanatics tour group to control access to the camp. Topics: Security, Emerging Tech, Health, Privacy, After Hours Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.