For some, PreCheck raises privacy questions

10/9/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

In general, the Transportation Security Administration's PreCheck program has received praise. But some privacy advocates say the program infringes on privacy rights. "If you sign up, you'll want to keep your nose clean for the rest of your life," said Gregory Nojeim, a director at the Center for Democracy and Technology. "Because that's how long the FBI will keep your fingerprints."

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