Airline Passenger Screening Program Scaled Back

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on June 16, 2003

According to this June 14 Washington Post article, the controversial CAPPS II airline passenger data collection and surveillance program will be scaled back as a result of considerable opposition from the public and advocacy groups. The article also states that “new details about the system are expected to be included in a Privacy Act notice to be published in the Federal Register next week.” I will post the link when it is available.
See also my related topical postings:

  • EPIC Files FOIA Lawsuit On Air Passenger Screening
  • Wyden Secures Approval for CAPPS Oversight

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