May 14, 2024, 1:34 p.m. | /u/rb3po

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I was in line at an airport and the person who usually checks IDs was instead asking everyone to insert their ID and step in front of a camera for a face scan.

I looked at the TSA announcement which had a privacy policy URL (which zero people read) along with “if you wish to opt out, let the agent know.”

Regardless, like clockwork, each person unquestioningly stepped in front of the camera for their scan. “Next!”

I could not …

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