What do you want? Airlines deciding on personalized airfares and fees based on your data? Or, you, making choices from a menu of options?
The way the anti-consumer Transparent Airfares Act was passed by the House of Representatives is absolutely shameful.
An op-ed in the local paper of the Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee gets a rise from the DC Airline Association. Here's the editorial battle.
It doesn't take much consideration to realize that the security of your travel data is important, very important.
The closest that most Americans come to feeling the oppression of police is at TSA airport checkpoints. No one enjoys the experience.
All 22 DHS components have unique missions. Exactly how much is illustrated in DHS' daily to-do list. When citizens look at the scope of this giant agency, it is hard not to be impressed.
TSA is scaling back its random selectees for pre-check. The goal is to, soon, only allow paid pre-check-screened passengers into the system.
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Consumers are getting the brown of the stick as the House of Representatives prepares to vote on the the Orwellian-named Transparent Airfares Act of 2014 with no debate in committee or on the House floor.
Rather than dealing with the reality of drones coming into the nation's airspace, the FAA has its head in the sand. This time, technology will overwhelm the FAA.