Tsa Wants To See Your Books, Magazines Or Newspapers

But adoption of a policy requiring all reading materials to be removed “would lead to more routine and systematic exposure and, inevitably, greater scrutiny of passengers’ reading materials in the course of the screening process,” Stanley wrote.
Last month, we noted that the Transportation Security Administration might require travelers to remove more kinds of things from their carry-ons during the screening process.
[FULL STORY]The new TSA rules might require passengers to remove books, newspapers and other paper materials from their carry-ons to help its agents conduct more effective x-ray scans of over-packed bags.
CONNECT WITH CHRIS Chris McGinnis is a travel blogger and editor of TravelSkills.com .
And one thing the TSA is considering has drawn the wrath of the American Civil Liberties Union.

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