Monday, 20 October 2003

Airtreks CEO calls for privacy protection for travellers

Lee Marona, CEO of Airtreks, Inc. -- where I work in my "day job" as staff Travel Guru at Airtreks.com -- has become one of the first travel companies to call for Federal legislation to protect the privacy of travel records.

"Congress needs to enact a travel privacy law that will assure consumers that their personal information will only be used to facilitate their travel arrangements, and not used for other purposes or given to the government or anyone else without their permission," Marona said in a news release on 14 October 2003.

Tthe full statement makes me proud of where I work, the people I work with, and their values.

Link | Posted by Edward on Monday, 20 October 2003, 12:51 (12:51 PM)
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