Monday, April 28, 2008

Airline Passenger ID Plan Designed to Avoid Mistakes

The Department of Homeland Security is advancing a new program designed to avoid pestering airline passengers with unnecessary questions during the security screening process. For the most part, it is designed to spare those whose names are similar to names on the "do not fly list". Read more in "ID plan meant to clear fliers of suspicion", USA Today, April 28, 2008. Click here for more news on air travel security.

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