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Kathimerini: Planned airport iris scans illegal, November 11, 2003

BadgerHerald: UW professor sues airline for alleged racial profiling, November 4, 2003

Wired News: Plumbing Depths of Data Mining, October 23, 2003

CS Monitor: Passenger Tracking at Airports on Hold, October 21, 2003

dcmilitary.com: JetBlue, Army downplay privacy leak, October 10, 2003

Newsday.com: JetBlue Soars Despite Data Flap, October 7, 2003

AP & Kansas City Star: Student May Wear Bush 'Terrorist' Shirt, October 1, 2003

American Conservative Union: Barr Submits Formal Objections to Passenger Profiling System, September 30, 2003

USA Today: 1974 Privacy Act too porous to protect today's citizens, September 29, 2003

Washington Times: New passenger ID system planned, September 27, 2003

Washington Times: NASA sought airline's records, September 27, 2003

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: JetBlue reignites privacy debate, September 27, 2003

St. Petersburg Times: You may already be a suspect, September 27, 2003

Reuters: U.S. airlines urged to agree on prescreening, September 26, 2003

St. Petersburg Times: JetBlue's apology not enough, September 26, 2003

Wired News: Status Quo for Travel Privacy, September 25, 2003

Slate: Lay Off JetBlue, September 24, 2003

CNET: JetBlue privacy--under federal wings?, September 23, 2003

USA Today: JetBlue apologizes for info release, September 22, 2003

EFF: Homeland Security Plan Should Protect Travel Privacy, September 22, 2003

SF Chronicle: U.S., Europe clash over access to passenger data, September 19, 2003

Wired News: JetBlue Shared Passenger Data, September 18, 2003

Wired News: JetBlue Data to Fuel CAPPS Test, September 16, 2003

AP/KCTV: TSA Chief in Kansas City: Thwarting Terrorists Constant Process, September 16, 2003

SF Examiner: Security system CAPPS privacy of all passengers, September 10, 2003

Alameda Times-Star: Color-coded passengers, September 10, 2003

Washington Post: Airline Security and Civil Rights (Transcript of online chat with Barry Steinhardt of ACLU), September 10, 2003

Rocky Mountain News: The risks of color-coded travel, September 10, 2003

Washington Post: Fliers to be Rated for Risk Level, New System Will Scrutinize Each Passenger, Assign Color Code, September 9, 2003

Amnesty International: AI USA National Hearings on Racial Profiling, September 9, 2003

TSA: Statement by TSA Administrator Admiral James M. Loy on Transfer of Federal Air Marshal Service to Bureau of Customs and Immigration Enforcement, September 2, 2003

St. Petersburg Times: Fly the suspicious skies, August 31, 2003

ACLU: ACLU, Conservatives, Civil Rights Groups Agree: CAPPS II Raises Serious Privacy and Security Concerns, August 25, 2003

Tri-Valley Herald: Bay Area resident launches boycott over passenger data, August 23, 2003

Oakland Tribune: Privacy activist targets firm that tracks air passengers, August 19, 2003

Crypto-Gram: Flying on Someone Else's Airplane Ticket, August 15, 2003

The Miami Herald: Dropped pants bare pitfalls in airport security, August 12, 2003

TravelAgeWest.com: PNR Data Targeted for Air Security, August 11, 2003

Hasbrouck: What's wrong with CAPPS-II? (and what should be done about it?), August 10, 2003

Christian Science Monitor: Wandings at Airport Security, August 8, 2003

EPIC Alert: TSA Issues CAPPS II Notice; Expands System, August 6, 2003

Rocky Mountain News: Balancing security with privacy, August 4, 2003

Boing Boing: Dave Nelson(s) versus the TSA, August 2, 2003

WBZ4News: Teen arrested at Logan after note found in luggage, August 1, 2003

Oakland Tribune: Air travelers could face less scrutiny, August 1, 2003

Hasbrouck: Preliminary Comments to Privacy Office re: PASSR (pdf), August 1, 2003

Washington Post: Surveillance Proposal Expanded (CAPPS II Would Look At More Air Passengers, July 31, 2003

TSA: New Notice Outlines Changes to Capps II System, July 31, 2003

New York Times: U.S. Agency Scales Back Data Required On Air Travel, July 31, 2003

ACLU: Government Settles ACLU's Racial Profiling Lawsuit Against TSA, Agrees to Alter Agency Procedures Nationwide, July 31, 2003

Department of Homeland Security: CAPPS II Privacy Act Notice, July 31, 2003

CDT Copy of CAPPS II Privacy Act Notice (pdf), July 31, 2003

EFF: New Maritime Security Regulations Threaten Civil Liberties, July 31, 2003

Wired News: Federal Data Searches on Hit List", July 29, 2003

Technology Review: Airline Security's False Hope?, July 28, 2003

Hasbrouck Letter to the Editor of USA Today: CAPPS-II and Surveillance of Travelers, June 28, 2003

Salon: Grounding the flying nun, July 25, 2003

USA Today: Glitches Repeatedly Delay Innocent Air Travelers, June 25, 2003

USA Today Op-Ed by TSA: TSA offers 'real solutions', June 24, 2003

Politech: Senate Votes on CAPPS II Passenger Profiling Amendment (in relation to EPIC suit), June 13, 2003

Council on American-Islamic Relations: TSA issues no-fly list clearance policy, June 12, 2003

San Francisco Chronicle: No-fly list ensnares innocent travelers, June 8, 2003

Slate: The Cult of ID, June 2, 2003

Homeland Security - Airline Passenger Risk Assessment, February 2003

UPI: City to refuse airport access to scofflaws, June 31, 2002

USA Today: Weapons slip past airport security, March 25, 2002

Harvard Journal of Law and Technology: The Demeaning of Identity and Personhood in National Identification Systems, Spring 2002


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