- 26 Jan 07, 01:32 PM
As I mentioned before security is tight, and when entering the conference centre we have to check in using our electronic badges. When I hold my badge against the reader, my picture, name and access rights show up on a computer screen. Then all things metal and all bags go through an x-ray machine
Without a badge, you won't get far here. For some, though, the staff might be tempted to make an exception. But they don't.
As I rush out of the conference centre to go to a briefing, Bono walks up and as he is without a bag or other accessories, he tries to jump the queue at the x-ray machine.
But he is turned back firmly by a security guard. Just as she does so, she hesitates.
"Bono?", she asks. He nods. She smiles - but points him to the badge reader regardless.
Security is tight in Davos.
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