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U.S. Wants Personal Data on Airline Passengers

The U.S. government wants airlines to turn over information on more than a million people who traveled in June to test a new system for identifying passengers who may pose a security risk, officials said on Tuesday. The Transportation Security Administration proposed an order that would compel 77 airlines to provide names, addresses and other information collected through carriers’ reservation systems for domestic travel during the month. All passenger records will be compared with a newly concentrated security watch list, compiled by federal law enforcement, intelligence and security agencies. Full Story

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