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Clarification from AllClear ID

Bo here, CEO of AllClear ID.  Today there have been reports of an alleged hack of Apple UDIDs.

To be clear, AllClear ID does not collect, nor have we ever collected, UDIDs.  We have determined this incident is not linked to AllClear ID.

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