Loss of Privacy

Keeping you informed on recent losses to privacy and civil rights worldwide.

Here’s an awkward question that may be urgent: Are we getting over 9.11? Will we ever? Do we want to?

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Zain Asher looks at the passport black market – how they’re made and what the U.S. government is doing to combat it.

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My recent experience with TSA at IAH, George W. Bush Airport in Houston, Texas.

First they groped me for opting-out of the body-scanner, and then they false-positive alerted on me after the gloves they groped me with alarmed “explosives”.

Having been sexually assaulted by TSA before in the Miami Airport, I was concerned. I asked what they were going to do next, and they replied, “Something that’s going to make you want to leave the country.”

I repeatedly requested that the following procedure be done in public, for all of our interests, and they insisted on taking me into the private room. I stood firmly on the position that I would only leave the public view if the act were filmed by my wife.

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