Been groped by TSA agents? Former DHS official implied privacy advocates are to blameNetwork World
Sep. 16, 2013
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When passing through airport security to catch a flight, surely you've experienced either the body scanners or "enhanced" pat-downs. Well, fasten your flipping seatbelt because, according to a former DHS official, if you've been groped by TSA agents, you "can't blame the TSA;" instead, he implied that you should blame privacy advocates.