Wednesday, October 23, 2013

TSA accessing government and private databases for total pre-screening (VIDEO)

Since 9/11, airline passengers have gotten used to a myriad of Transportation Security Administration guidelines for getting through security, from taking off shoes to the size of their shampoo.

But that's not all the TSA is screening. According to a new article by the New York Times, the TSA wants to know everything it can about you.

The administration is searching through various government and private databases long before passengers arrive at the airport, including employment information, property records, criminal records and much more.

RT's Meghan Lopez has more information on how the TSA is delving deep into your past so you can have less screening at the airport.

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