The state of Maryland already uses something called an Independence Card. I suggest we make a trade: SEPTA gets to use the term Independence Card, and Maryland can have a (Francis Scott) Key Card.
trackwelder wrote:it also means you can give yet ANOTHER third party access to your little do everything device!I can't speak for you, but I'm from an earlier generation (The Leave it to Beaver generation). Privacy means more to me than it seems to mean for the younger generations.
bikentransit wrote:Nobody forces anyone to give up your privacy. If you choose to hand over your phone to SEPTA, it's your choice. I have an iPhone 5 anyway, so this means nothing to me. I won't be able to use my phone to ride. That means buying a dumb card.The 'dumb' card is great to make sure that no one is tracking your movements. Good idea!
nomis wrote:I claim this disguise whenever I return to Philly ...Which one are you?
Jersey_Mike wrote:Surprised SEPTA didn't just sell the naming rights to its farecard as well.What if they call it "MikeKey"?
I can't speak for you, but I'm from an earlier generation (The Leave it to Beaver generation). Privacy means more to me than it seems to mean for the younger generations.