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Court will hear case on pornoscanners

Feb 25, 2011
On March 10, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear arguments in a case about whether the use of the body...
Posted In: government, Law, privacy, TSA
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New, more modest airport scanners begin piloting in US airports

Feb 2, 2011
We've talked about this software before and wondered when it was coming and now it's finally here. Several airports are now using a system whereby...
Posted In: privacy, security, Transportation, TSA
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Ben Bernanke Visits Europe

Nov 19, 2010
Ben Bernanke visits Europe today to defend the Fed's decision to pump $600 billion more into government bonds. Germany in particular was vocal in...
Posted In: Bernanke, deficit-cutting, Germany, holiday, Ireland, mid-day update, Portugal, sustainability, Thanksgiving, TSA
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Shipping threats and TSA regulations

Nov 1, 2010
Following Friday's mail-bomb scare in London, shipping and cargo industries respond to the idea of new threats. How will these changes affect...
Posted In: airline safety, Auto, brazil, cargo, Halloween, mid-day update, pontiac, recession, shipping, TSA
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11-inch MacBook Air can stay in your bag when you go through airport security

Oct 28, 2010
Well, that's awfully nice. Your shoes are still a tremendous threat. Your bottle of conditioner still places everyone on high alert. But that new...
Posted In: apple, gadgets, government, Law, macbook air, TSA
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Senators want to know why U.S. Marshals Service is keeping body scan images

Aug 23, 2010
They're images of people who entered a U.S. Courthouse in Orlando, Fl. Earlier this month, reports of the 35,000 images the U.S. Marshals Service...
Posted In: body scan, privacy, TSA, US Marshals Service
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TSA pockets over $1 million in change

Jul 30, 2008
While travelers at America's imports are removing their shoes, putting laptop computers through separately and removing all items from their pock...
Posted In: airports, traveling, TSA

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