TSA: The Commerce and Security Balancing Act
National Journal - The Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square
From biometric identification to thermal security cameras, domestic aviation security has evolved rapidly for safer global airways. Yet due to an absence of security standards and rising privacy concerns, these innovations have yet to transcend U.S. borders. At a time of unprecedented global travel, how can the industry streamline security standards with foreign partners to pave the way for safer skies? Further, how can it continue to develop and integrate new technologies, while also striking an appropriate balance between security and privacy?"