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January 09, 2007

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Stephanie Heuer

Hi jeff;
I too signed up for this Clear service this week. Anything to move things along, but I did feel I went onto some very large international database. I think this will become more and more common and eventually we will have inserted in us at birth a chip with all our data, dna info etc. The cyborg concept of Donna Harroway is not that far fetched. Wish more airports were online though, there is only a handful with this service.

Stephanie Heuer

Hi jeff;
I too signed up for this Clear service this week. Anything to move things along, but I did feel I went onto some very large international database. I think this will become more and more common and eventually we will have inserted in us at birth a chip with all our data, dna info etc. The cyborg concept of Donna Harroway is not that far fetched. Wish more airports were online though, there is only a handful with this service.

Jim Harper

A thing I like about Clear is that their privacy policy states they do not collect data about your use of their system. It's housed on their system at the airport for 24 hours (for use if something goes wrong) and then destroyed. That's a neat anti-surveillance feature: It's proves to the TSA that you're in RT, but it doesn't collect info about your travels or tell the TSA who you are!

R.Coon

I registered as soon as I noticed the "Clear" lanes here in Indianapolis. It helped the second time I used it, when bad weather on the east coast caused very long check in times at the ticket counters. I was able to get through security in under 5 minutes, and got to the gate as boarding started for my flight. Considering the length of the security line, I might have missed my flight.

Yes, $100 a year seems like a lot, but that works out to just over $8 a month. Considering how often I travel it's worth every penny.

JM2C

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