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ACLU decries Secure Flight test

he ACLU opposes a Transportation Security Administration directive published today that says air carriers must provide personal data, which may include credit card numbers and meal requests, to TSA for testing. The 30-day block of data, or Passenger Name Records, will test the TSA’s controversial new passenger prescreening program, Secure Flight, which would prevent terrorists and others who pose a threat from boarding aircraft. The deadline for airlines to submit the data to TSA is Nov. 23. The directive was published today in the Federal Register.Full Story

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