David Lazarus writes:
Ever hear of Resolution 787? Me neither, until this industrywide standard was recently pointed out to me. Basically, it’s a new system that allows airlines to collect data from passengers and exploit the information for marketing purposes.
In April, Democratic lawmakers asked the Department of Transportation to look into whether Resolution 787 does enough to ensure fairness and passengers’ privacy.
This got me wondering about airline privacy policies in general. How much privacy do they actually guarantee?
Not much, it turns out.
Read more on LA Times.
Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.