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Clear People Loose Theri Privacy for Convenience: Is that Worth is to you?
"Let me make this Perfectly Clear, Hurry Up."
by Hank Steuver
The Washington Post
Feb. 3, 2008
Stuever says that twelve airports in America are a part of the Registered Traveler program; put together by the federal government . Ninety thousand people have enrolled and paid $100.00. After that he said, people pay an extra $28.00 to give the federal government an opportunity to"check them out".
Next he writes, these people are fingerprinted into a data base and an eyeball scan is done.Clear is the name of the company who does all of this work.After a person has passed all of these tests, they are presented with a clear i.d. card with a square blue logo that says "clear".Is this something that you would welcome ? Would you participate in it?
Stuever refers to the writer Ayn Rand about Clears ; calling them a part of the "self-determinant struggle". He sayus that Clears are simple and speedy people and you either like the idea or not.
Do, do you like Clear? Would you sign up or not? Please leave your links, Thanks!