Back in March 2007, we wrote about our initial experience with Clear, the security clearance program geared towards frequent travelers rolling out across several US airports.

The premise is simple: users submit to a basic TSA background screening, and after paying the annual fee, they receive a card that allows them to use special “fast” lanes at participating airports.

In the earliest stages, there were some growing pains related to the enrollment and vetting process, as well as the actual airport experience.

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