Personal traits will be used to screen U.S.-bound air passengers

April 6, 2010
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They said it would not amount to improper profiling because it would rely on specific and frequently updated intelligence and involve more countries than the current 14.

The new plan is designed to catch terrorism suspects about whom the U.S. may know bits of information but not full names or other identifying data that would lead to their names being placed on a no-fly list.

In many cases, the U.S. might learn of a possible attack by someone about whom it has only fragmentary information — a partial name, nationality, certain facial features or details about recent travel.

via Personal traits will be used to screen U.S.-bound air passengers – latimes.com.

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