Archive for October 27th, 2010

Enhanced pat-downs to begin at Buffalo airport

October 27, 2010

When asked if the government anticipates complaints, the law enforcement official said, “We won’t know until it is deployed in Buffalo, and we see how people react.”

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Body Scanners: Irradiating JFK

October 27, 2010

In its zeal to peel every last shred of dignity from passengers, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) foisted its strip-search scanners on New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport this weekend. They will soon infest LaGuardia and Newark’s Liberty (Ha! Never accuse our rulers of humorlessness) International, too, as they have airports nationwide. These […]

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TSA: Stop the Invasiveness of the Body Scanners

October 27, 2010

If you want your Congressional Representatives to take action to stop the TSA from using using scanners that will show you naked, please ask yourself these questions….

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Full-Body Scanners Being Installed At OIA

October 27, 2010

Security officials were installing controversial full-body imaging scanners at Orlando International Airport (OIA) Wednesday.

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Dubai aviation authority halts use of full-body scanners

October 27, 2010

UAE General Civil Aviation Authority has postponed the use of full-body scanners at airports because of concerns they pose health hazards to travellers, a top official confirmed yesterday.

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