The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is going back to the drawing board regarding development of the controversial Computer-Assisted Passenger Prescreening System 2 (Capps 2) due to concern over major privacy issues. Last week, at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee for the position of TSA administrator, Rear Adm. (ret.) David Stone said Capps 2 will be "reshaped and repackaged." The TSA is reviewing the whole structure of ...
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