Airport Surveillance is About to Reach a Whole New Level of Ridiculousness

Slate

"Flying seems like just about the most dangerous thing you could possibly do right now. You’re spending hours confined in a metal tube, with hundreds of strangers from all over the world, without any way of knowing where they’ve been or whom they’ve been with. Under those circumstances, you’d expect a few additional safety requirements. No one wants to get sick – so what’s the loss of a little more privacy, if it keeps you out of harm’s way?"

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Travis LeBlanc Partner Washington, DC, San Francisco
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