2010 was not a good public relations year for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). This U.S. government run agency has borne the brunt of on-going public criticism for infringement on passengers’ personal comfort and privacy, in its recent policies, which included outlawing water bottles, and conducting intrusive body searches.
The most recent security breach occurred when a flight was delayed due to a JetBlue pilot’s backpack being mistakenly picked up by a woman traveling with her children. The security risk occurred when officials determined that the backpack contained the pilot’s government-issued handgun.
Saturday, January 15, 2011
From Planet Insane: