The TSA is expanding its passenger screening process, according to a report in the New York Times. The TSA will use government and private records in order to pre-screen fliers and streamline the security process.
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>>screening process to start looking at passengers before they enter the airport. they'll use government and
bases including records like car registrations. the goal is to streams line the security process.