I am co-founder of an oganization dedicated to regaining freedoms taken away by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). We’re fighting against the illegal, warrantless strip-searches of travelers and the coerced, inappropriate physical touching of their bodies. Continue reading Hate to say we told you so, but . . . .
Since the radiation-emitting, independently untested Rapiscan strip-search scanners were removed from airports last year — at the cost of millions of dollars to taxpayers — what’s happened to them? Continue reading Junked Rapiscan scanners get second life
Flying under the mainstream media radar is a case headed for oral argument in the federal First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston this coming April 3rd. It may be off everyone’s radar, but that doesn’t mean it should be. Continue reading A Fourth Amendment legal challenge to the TSA scanners
Don’t look now, but the TSA’s full-body scanners are alive and well. Continue reading Sorry, but the TSA still wants to scan you
As we reported here on September 3, 2012, the TSA last year started quietly removing the radiation-emitting backscatter (x-ray) scanners from airports and replacing them with millimeter wave scanners. Continue reading TSA finally junks Rapiscan scanners
Remember how we’ve been told for the past two years that the whole body imaging scanners are safe, effective, and can’t record and store graphic nude images? And remember how many of us never believed it? Maybe because they’ve never been independently tested for safety, have been proven to be ineffective — repeatedly — and because 35,000 images were already leaked two years ago? Continue reading TSA’s fave contractor Rapiscan accused of falsifying scanner info