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000206764 245__ $$aIndustry Issue Paper: Airline Passenger Profiling Systems after 9/11: Personal Privacy versus National Security
000206764 260__ $$c2005
000206764 269__ $$a2005
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000206764 336__ $$aJournal Article
000206764 520__ $$aThis paper reviews the Transportation Security Administration’s forthcoming computerized profi ling
system called “Secure Flight.” Secure Flight is the latest generation of so-called “computer assisted
passenger pre-screening systems.” Such systems invite considerable privacy and civil liberty concerns,
evoking references to an Orwellian society. This article confronts the central legal, political,
and social tension borne of profi ling systems such as Secure Flight, namely the conflict between the
ideal of a “right to be let alone” (Warren and Brandeis 1890) relative to the post-Sept. 11 ultimatum
of former American Airlines Chairman and CEO Robert L. Crandall (2002): “You want to travel
on the airline system? You give up your privacy. You don’t want to give up your privacy? Don’t fly.
Your privacy isn’t equal to the safety of the rest of us.”
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000206764 650__ $$aPolitical Economy
000206764 700__ $$aRavich, Timothy M.
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