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Delta aims to replace boarding passes with fingerprints

Delta is expanding its biometric check-in feature that allows some customers to use their fingerprints instead of a boarding pass. The service was first launched at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) in May and let Delta SkyMiles members enter the Delta Sky Club with their fingerprints rather than a physical ID. Now, those members can use their fingerprints to board their plane. Delta says the next step for its DCA fingerprint rollout is to allow passengers to use their prints for… ( More...

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Maybe when the FBI completes compiling its face recognition data base (that congress did not sanction), they will just share it with everyone so there will be no strangers. 😁


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