Orlando International Airport is in the midst of a 'security experiment' called CLEAR where for a fee of about US$80.00 a year you can submit yourself to a biometric scan...

Orlando International Airport is in the midst of a ‘security experiment’ called CLEAR where for a fee of about US$80.00 a year you can submit yourself to a biometric scan as a personal Homeland Security ‘threat assessment’, Boing Boing reports.

The biometric scan consists of a fingerprint and iris data collection. If you are determined not to be a danger to society then you will receive a credit card sized ID with a computer chip containing all of your biometric information. This card allows you to shorter ‘VIP’ style lines at security.CLEARBoingBoing

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