Stephen A. Frye
s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Fri Feb 28 18:15:27 MST 2003
>At 05:57 AM 2/28/2003 -0800, you wrote:
> >At the order of Congress and the President - under the guise of National
> >Security - a new system is being out in place that will check a passenger's
> >credit history and banking activities when that passenger buys an airplane
> >ticket. One airline will begin testing this - at undisclosed airports -
> >next month. I don't know, but I assume a passenger will have to supply
> >his/her social security number when buying a ticket - maybe even show his
> >or her social security card.
> > SNIP
>It won't be me.
All sarcasm aside, how would they implement this without asking for
that? Is it possible? Is this even reasonable? I think not.
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