SecureFlight: GAO says TSA disregarded law of Congress

GAO still remains the top dog in my book for best government agency that actually does some good great work. Bruce Schneier goes over the latest GAO report on how the TSA has blatantly disregarded the law of Congress and turned a simple plan for Secure Flight back into the complex monster that it was not supposed to be.
Via BruceSchneier

  • Yeah, but what about Natalee Holloway?

  • Yeah, but what about Natalee Holloway?

  • Uh. what about her? Read Kuro5hin’s Op-Ed on Natalee Holloway.

  • Uh. what about her? Read Kuro5hin’s Op-Ed on Natalee Holloway.

  • Great link, Darkmoon — my point exactly. We can add the TSA’s privacy violations to the list of stories one might have missed if one’s source for news is TV.

  • Great link, Darkmoon — my point exactly. We can add the TSA’s privacy violations to the list of stories one might have missed if one’s source for news is TV.

  • Crazy ain’t it. ^0^ As a business traveler, I have to say that SecureFlight is going to tack on more stupid waiting time. Fun. Too bad GAO can’t thrown down with the other agencies. Yes, you read that correctly.. THROW DOWN. heheh.

  • Crazy ain’t it. ^0^ As a business traveler, I have to say that SecureFlight is going to tack on more stupid waiting time. Fun. Too bad GAO can’t thrown down with the other agencies. Yes, you read that correctly.. THROW DOWN. heheh.