The Associated Press reports that Clear, the registered traveler program operated by Verified Identity Program which that folded last year, has been taken over by Alclear LLC, whose board includes Michael Chertoff, former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Robert McMillan of IDG provides additional details on Network World:
Clear doesn’t say if it will delete the data of former customers who no longer want anything to do with the service. However, it does say that it will keep old customer data safe, and that it plans to move it from the data center where it’s been kept since June of last year to a new secure facility sometime in the next two months.
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