Well today morning I read in the newspaper that a man walked naked in the airport due to irritation caused by the high security check. Recently there was news involving Indian film star Shah Rukh Khan and former prime minister of India A P J Abdul Kalam being detained at the US airport,on which I published a hub recently. Has this increased security check after 9/11 caused lot of problems to the citizens of US and visitors from other countries? One more question which I would like to ask here is- 'Is this tight security check really required?'.
by LailaK6 years ago
Many people agree and disagree with racial profiling. To put it in simpler words, if someone looks like a terrorist, for example, do you think he/she should be stopped and checked in the airport only because the person...
by Jason Matthews5 months ago
Should airports be able to hire private security to replace the TSA?Some are questioning the TSA's ability to properly screen travelers; many have had bad TSA experiences. Should there be alternative options to the TSA?
by Elena8 years ago
In the UK an Xray machine which shows naked images of passengers has now been introduced. This way security can immediately spot hidden weapons or explosives. Its currently in Manchester Airport as a Trial....
by sannyasinman7 years ago
Are Airport Body Scanners really necessary? Apparently not, because on 24 November 2010, the designated National Opt-Out day, the TSA simply switched them off to avoid embarassment and media attention, at airports all...
by ryankett2 years ago
Which states or cities offer the most bang for your buck? I am looking to acquire American property for investment purposes, in other words to rent it out, with an eye on the long term (enough time for your markets to...
by bunny4568 years ago
how much of your social security check can the irs take
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