US Transportation Security Administration admitted this week that it inadvertently posted sensitive airport passenger screening procedures online. A 93-page manual detailing a variety of nonpublic information including methods for screening passengers, technical settings for explosive detection system machines and pictures of identification cards used by members of Congress and federal air marshals was posted on a federal procurement website last spring with sensitive portions supposedly ...

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