• How The Government Shutdown Is Affecting Air Travel

    2 monthes ago - By NPR

    As the government shutdown continues, there are reports of longer lines at security checkpoints at some airports around the country. TSA acknowledges more employees are calling in sick.
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  • Government shutdown affects TSA employees, wait times at Atlanta airport

    Government shutdown affects TSA employees, wait times at Atlanta airport

    2 monthes ago - By Biz Journals

    The Department of Transportation is one of several federal departments and services affected by the shutdown.
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  • Government shouldn't limit face recognition if it speeds up airports, says tech-funded survey

    2 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    54% of the public wants the government to back off of regulation if it it means making it easier to get through the TSA line.
    Facial recognition technology makes checking in for flights and baseball games much faster , so the government shouldn't limit its use. That's according to people responding to a new survey by the Center for Data Innovation , which has ties to the tech companies that are probably making facial recognition software.
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  • The government shutdown turned TSA lines in a New York airport into a 'mad house'

    The government shutdown turned TSA lines in a New York airport into a 'mad house'

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The US government shutdown entered its 17th consecutive day on Monday.
    Last week, reports began to surface of TSA agents calling out sick, rather than working without pay.
    Flyers posted photos of massive lines at LaGuardia Airport over the weekend, blaming the delays on short-staffed security checkpoints.
    Travelers experiencing hours-long security lines at LaGuardia Airport in New York over the weekend are blaming short-staffing and the government shutdown for their long waits.
    On Sunday, TSA lines at the New York airport turned into a "mad house," according to passengers on Twitter, who...
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