Critics Call Air Coding Plan “Illusory Security.”

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A federal antiterrorism plan to screen airline passengers into color-coded groups via personal information about them in computer databases is drawing criticism from civil libertarians and privacy advocates, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Travelers would be classified either as green for good to go, yellow for investigate further and red for stop from flying. The
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