November 16, 2010 Laws, Surveillance
Steve Strunsky reports:
Airport screening procedures have become so intrusive that scanning amounts to a virtual strip search and patdowns feel like a grope.
So say a group of New Jersey legislators who joined with civil liberties advocates Monday to announce their opposition to the Transportation Security Administration’s latest screening measures — and to call upon Congress and President Obama to reign in the Transportation Security Adminstration.
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