- A general aviation airport administrator holds the official "privacy vs security" line in a 10-year anniversary piece at a local newspaper.
- And a much better retrospective editorial appeared in the Washington Times, questioning TSA policies.
- An informative list of post-9/11 security tech.
- A sorry excuse for journalism: the writer gets a tour in "rare media access to security checkpoint operations" and so he just quotes extensively from his tourguide without much indication of brain activity.
- It's always good to be reminded of how corporatism is part and parcel of the TSA and the rest of the "national security state."
- An excellent column at Antiwar.com, which contains - among much other great commentary and information - this tidbit:
...the TSA had the ability to make this new software, which he calls “blob” technology, an alternative to “the naked” technology, all along. It just took a lot of negative publicity and near revolt for them to pursue it.