TSA may ask you to unpack tablets and cluttered carry-on bags

Airport security: two words that can strike dread into the heart of any traveler. Largely due to the slow process of checking your bags, along with the added hassles of emptying pockets and removing shoes, belts, coats, and laptops into extra bins. Requiring passengers to remove more items from their bags at the security checkpoint But there’s good news! According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, the TSA is looking to make that process even more complicated by requiring passengers to remove more items from their bags at the security checkpoint. To be fair, the changes aren’t being done to slow down travelers — rather they’re due to the increase in passengers trying to cram as much stuff into carry-on bags as possible (a... Continue reading…

TSA may ask you to unpack tablets and cluttered carry-on bags

While it looks like the airline industry has successfully held off the US Department of Homeland Security's proposed laptop ban for now, the government will soon be giving carry-on ...

Wed 24 May 17 from Engadget

The TSA is testing new ways to make airport security even worse

Airport security: two words that can strike dread into the heart of any traveler. Largely due to the slow process of checking your bags, along with the added hassles of emptying pockets ...

Wed 24 May 17 from The Verge

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