Give up privacy to skip airport security lines?

Tuesday, 26 July 2005, 11:15 AM EST

Attention frequent fliers: Your dream of bypassing long security lines may soon be a reality at airports across the country. But you will have to let the feds scan not only your background, but your iris too. And you'll have to give up prints of your index fingers.

Working with the American Association of Airport Executives, several airports around the country, from San Francisco International to Port Columbus International, hope to expand the federal Registered Traveler program already in operation.

By Lesley K. McCullough at PC World.

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