Trusted travelers will remain subject to random screenings

08/15/2011 | Daily News (New York)

The Transportation Security Administration's new Trusted Traveler program will vet travelers' information -- including their name, birthday and gender -- against intelligence information. Although the enrolled travelers will not have to remove their shoes or computers from their cases, they will be subject to random full screening. The TSA said that eventually a bar code will be used to alert agents as to who is enrolled in the program.

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