Sunday, November 21, 2010

Privacy and Dignity, TSA Style

"Clearly, it's invasive."

"To some people, it is demeaning."

  ~~ John Pistole (Administrator, Transportation Security Agency)


  1. On CNN's State of the Union today, the administrator of the TSA defended the new enhanced screening procedures in U.S. airport security. Despite the loss of freedom and dignity that some people may experience, Pistole reassured the CNN audience that TSA is committed to respecting the privacy and dignity of every citizen.

  2. The protest to naked scan and safety-grope dignity continues. Wednesday is opt out day. I wonder if there will be a special no-fly zone in the airport.

  3. Has anyone besides you handled your bags today?