Tuesday, December 3, 2013

TSA Breaking Into Cars. Will VIOLATE You

TSA Expands Searches of Parked Cars at Airports

TSA-approved warrantless searches of vehicles parked outside airports are being expanded, with a photograph taken at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport informing Thanksgiving travelers that all vehicles belonging to AmeriPark customers "will be searched by uniformed security."

The policy, which first came to light earlier this summer after complaints from people who found notes inside their car which read, "your vehicle has been inspected under TSA regulations," continues to cause confusion and stoke concern amongst privacy advocates.

When the story first broke, the TSA was keen to deflect responsibility by explaining that although, "the plan is approved by the TSA, it is up to each airport authority and its state and local law enforcement partners to follow the plan that has been implemented."


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