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Transportation Security Agengy/TSA

Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberg

By now, I'm sure that most Americans have their own personal stories about TSA abuse. The U.S. government's takeover of airport security after the 9/11 attacks has made flying an unpleasant experience.

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Reclaim the Net

The US's leading transportation security organization, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), is taking significant steps towards a more digital future. And, of course, that means more surveillance and tracking.

Article Image, by Jeff Thomas

For many years, I've forecasted that the US will evolve into a police state; that it will begin slowly; then as more and more freedoms are removed, the creation of the police state will accelerate.

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I was back at Washington National Airport this month, and @TSA was up to their old tricks - making it unclear that you ARE able to opt out of using facial recognition technology.

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September 11th, 2001, was a turning point in American history, and for many people across the country, a day that forever changed their lives. Americans lost loved ones in the initial attacks, and many brave first responders gave their lives, saving

Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberger

This past weekend, I was reminded of how pleasant it was to fly prior to 9/11. I was flying from Memphis, Tennessee, to Hot Springs, Arkansas, on a commuter airline named Southern Airways.

Article Image by Fadel Allassan

U.S. citizens will be able select "X" as their gender on their U.S. passport applications from April 11, the White House announced Thursday as part of a rollout of new policies to coincide with Transgender Day of Visibility.

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