Aviation And Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

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With terrorist airplane hijackings increasing in number and severity. new advancements in security technology have been implemented by the government to attempt to prevent the onslaught of attacks. Shortly after 9/11, congress passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, creating the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Since then, billions of dollars have been thrown at airport security to emplace a more effective, modern, form of anti-hijacking security. The TSA has implemented a series of screening and searching procedures for passengers attempting to board a plane. They include: metal detectors, full-body x-ray scanners, baggage screenings, and even pat downs of suspected passengers. These systems are a waste of time and
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