Cached version of TSA Blog thread on comment period gone

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by TSA News Blog, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. TSA News Blog

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    A few days ago we published a link to the cached version of The TSA Blog post that had magically disappeared. Well, now even the cached version itself has disappeared. Do you know how hard it is to make that happen? Hard for mere mortals, that is, not for the U.S. government. Even the Wayback Machine doesn’t have it.
    The TSA and its parent agency the Department of Homeland Security are deliberately trying to hide information from you. Does that mean anything at all to you?
    Does anybody have a screen shot of the original TSA Blog post? The one they’re trying to hide from us? Please spread this far and wide.
  2. Doober

    Doober Original Member

    The cached version of the TSA Blog thread on the comment period has disappeared.

    I have a screen shot of it. Mike, I think you said you captured it but I can't find the comment where you said that - if you did, in fact, say it.
  3. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    I just sent copies of the zip file to both Lisa & you.

    However, there's no great conspiracy here, and it's most unlikely that the government removed anything from Google Cache. Once Google notices that a web page is gone, it also disappears from Google Cache. It's not an archive, just a temporary cache to facilitate web searches.

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