Telling a Terrorist from a CEO

Intel's Craig Barrett, who has been frisked six times at airports since September 11, says politics is the enemy of sound security measures

As president and CEO of Intel Corp., Craig R. Barrett knows a thing or two about chipmaking, but he's also an expert of sorts on the airline industry. Every year he logs some 150,000 miles -- and that doesn't include his numerous trips overseas. And flying, never one of his favorite experiences, has only worsened since the September 11 attacks. Barrett himself has been targeted for searches on half the flights he has made since then, apparently, he believes, because he often travels on a one-way ticket.

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