Privacy impact statement: Passengers who do not present acceptable identification documents

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    What they do with all that info they write down ...

    (PDF is small, approx 132KB)

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  2. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Here's a plain-English executive summary ...

    Examiner: Homeland Security: Making a watch list and checking it twice?

    The United States Department of Homeland Security collects and retains personal information on potential security risks to U.S. transportation security including airline passengers, flight crews, contractors and TSA employees - and anyone else's personal information stored on several data lists created by the federal government since 9/11 in an attempt to "connect the dots" that may have been previously overlooked.

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Transportation Security Administation's (TSA) Office of Intelligence & Analysis Trends and Patterns Branch (TPB) will now integrate all the personally identifiable information (PII) collected into one "jumbo list," in order to better analyze and identify previously unknown links or patterns among individuals who undergo a TSA security threat assessment.

    Exactly whose information is stored in the FBI's Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB) and DHS and TSA compiled lists is a secret.
  3. KrazyKat

    KrazyKat Original Member

    Terrific. TSA is compiling a "Jumbo List."​
    Nice comment at WaPo on what should be titled Pistole's Letter to the Editor:

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