Technology and airplane security

Molly Wood Dec 29, 2009
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Technology and airplane security

Molly Wood Dec 29, 2009
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The Associated Press reports that some in-flight security rules imposed after last week’s attempted terror attack aboard a Northwest Airlines flight have been eased.

At the captain’s discretion, passengers can once again fill their laps with laptops and other gadgetry, as well as books, blankets and other items, during the tail end of a flight.

This news probably sounds like an uncommon bit of common sense to security expert Bruce Schneier.

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