Leaked TSA behaviour screening checklist prompts questions about Canadian airport security
By Canadian SecurityNews Transportation TSA
U.S.-based airport authority the Transportation Security Agency (TSA) is facing public backlash for a leaked 92-point checklist used for identifying terrorists — which includes common behaviours such as handwringing or excessive yawning — but Canadian authorities claim they have no similar procedures.
The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) insists it doesn’t have a passenger behaviour observation program in place.
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