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'Morning Edition' Returns: Eye Spy Airport Screener
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'Morning Edition' Returns: Eye Spy Airport Screener

'Morning Edition' Returns: Eye Spy Airport Screener

'Morning Edition' Returns: Eye Spy Airport Screener
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German security officials test technology that allows air travelers to enter the country after just a three-second scan of their eyes. The system allows registered passengers — who must also undergo a background check and have a machine-readable passport — to pass through security much faster.

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