Tag: TSA

August 4, 2011

TSA Cancer Clusters…

Everyone surely knows the whole body naked-scanning machines that TSA rushed into service at airports around the country immediately after the mid-term elections. These days they are impossible to miss while traveling. If one were to wonder if safety was forgotten in the rush to field the machines as quickly as possible, here’s some food […]

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December 19, 2009

More on CIA’s WOMAP

Central Intelligence Agency The unintentional release of a confidential Transportation Security Administration (TSA) document by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) “outed” a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) program known as Worldwide Operations Meet and Assist Program (WOMAP) less than two weeks ago.1 WOMAP is an interesting program, as it was not publicly known before the […]

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December 8, 2009

TSA Security Breach…

What terrorist needs an intelligence gathering operation when it has the Department of Homeland Security doing what it does best: screwing up? This time DHS decided to post a sensitive document — apparently not classified, but sensitive — online, detailing airport screening procedures, titled “Screening Management Standard Operating Procedures“.1 Get your copy from cryptome.org ↩ […]

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