1 in 100 U.S. Travelers on Do-Not-Fly-List
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The Department of Homeland Security's top privacy official said Wednesday that she is investigating whether the agency's airline passenger screening program has violated federal privacy laws by failing to properly disclose its mission.
According to the AP: "about 1 percent of the 1.8 mllion people who take commercial flights on an average day" improperly come up on Government watch lists.
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