Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have given the TSA a July 8 deadline to explain what is being done with personal data on some 165,000 customers of Clear, the defunct airport security expediter. "Needless to say, the sale, disposal, transfer, or destruction of this type of data cannot be undertaken without safeguards designed to ensure that the information will not be compromised," the House Homeland Security committee said in a letter to TSA.

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