The Air Transport Assn. wants the Transportation Security Administration to set up procedures now, not in the indefinite future, for air travelers to challenge derogatory information about them in the agency's secret databases. The plan has been to wait for the final version of the Secure Flight (formerly CAPPS-2) screening program, for which the TSA has promised such relief. Moving it forward won't be easy--the ATA comments are directed at a rulemaking in which the TSA exempts sensitive ...
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