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October 17, 2005

TSA Can't Search It's Own Databases

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is reporting that the Transportation Security Agency is unable to comply with requests from citizens about what information has been collected on them.  The TSA acknowledges that it "does not have the capability to perform a simple computer-based search" to locate records.

Instead, the agency is asking details from passengers such as dates of flights, flight numbers, and other specific information, most of which is the same information being requested by the agency. 

FInd out more here.

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