Security, Privacy at Odds in Passenger Screening Congress' investigative arm says the Transportation Security Administration's latest airline passenger-screening proposal doesn't do enough to prevent terrorist threats while ensuring passenger privacy. The government's screening program has been plagued with problems since its inception.
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Security, Privacy at Odds in Passenger Screening

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Security, Privacy at Odds in Passenger Screening

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Congress' investigative arm says the Transportation Security Administration's latest airline passenger-screening proposal doesn't do enough to prevent terrorist threats while ensuring passenger privacy. The government's screening program has been plagued with problems since its inception.